In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1gas hilarante masculine
- I suppose this proves what many Hollywood clubbers have known for years - that with a little latex and laughing gas, you can get to heaven.
- It was like they had been give some laughing gas or something.
- I didn't know anybody used the stuff anymore, they may have stuck it back here years ago and just forgot about it, but it's what they call laughing gas.
- Can I bring a couple of friends along to your next laughing gas party?
- A fuel tank about six feet in diameter at the center of the craft holds liquid nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas.
- They were laughing hysterically and acting like they had probably breathed in laughing gas.
- The girl on laughing gas may not have been the most reliable source of information, but I have since always associated the restaurant with those after the good life, a life lived.
- It was like using laughing gas at the dentist: I knew was terrified but I just couldn't really care.
- We agreed that I would bring the clams and he would bring the laughing gas.
- The collisions of their world-views are the engine of the comedy, and the product is pure laughing gas, an unalloyed joy to read.
- I hope that will put some laughing gas into your system.
- The Canadian researchers created the helium groupings so that each one was clustered around a molecule of nitrous oxide, better known as laughing gas.
- She said it was like breathing laughing gas most the time.
- Why not introduce shots of laughing gas or helium?
- In chemicals, I like laughing gas, I dislike T.N.T.
- She looked like she was fed laughing gas involuntarily to the point where she couldn't be happier.
- Nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, is replacing the After Eight as the post-dinner treat in some circles.
- Lyrically he's also on his usual form, armed with a boning knife and laughing gas (for his own use), he sets to the British psyche with customary aplomb.
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