In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The other good news is that my annual is next week and oops!
- The difference is, when the government does something, it has to get it right, because it's only going to do it once - only oops!
- A classic case of the message itself making for most of the noise, oops!
- The finger has been pointed and it's about to strike a match to light a cigarette which is carelessly dangling from my lips and oops!
- Every few steps or so I'd hit her foot (or step on it, oops!) and she would wince, but try to hide her pain.
- Let's do the time-warp…… oops, sorry, got a bit carried away there.
- Then they looked through the books again and realized that, oops, the amount was actually $7 billion.
- She is one of those show-off, marathon-running types of people… oops!
- But it is as though the details leading up to his grand entrance take up all the time until - oops!
- And maybe that was just as well as Britney mimed more than just songs, she also worked her way through a costumer's Kama Sutra and oops!
- Apparently I had dialed the phone number of the local police station by mistake, oops.
- In any case, sorry not to have posted between last Monday and now - oops!
- Just keep doing what you're doing and try not to yawn oops!
- Times are tough for the New Autocrats - oops, I mean Democrats.
- Alas, the upshot is that I've missed nine years pensions' contributions, oops!
- The second date is a double date with Michael's cousin Sweets and - oops!
- It seems that I should have been doing self-assessment… oops!
- Well, I think the process here gives you ample opportunity to say, oops, I made a mistake and ask for another ballot.
- Well, it would be a cold day in hell before he didn't try his best for his human, so Sport strained to make his legs pump harder - oops!
- I, on the other hand, will be just entering my golden years when - oops!
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