In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1libidinoso masculineyou old lecher! — ¡viejo verde!
- It began with a blog, where she posted pictures of lechers who had hassled her.
- Two bored office girls hit the town with two wealthy older lechers, taking in the nightlife while fending off their pince-nez'd, top-hatted escorts’ advances.
- What happens when a small town girl decides to turn the tables on some governmental lechers?
- For the princes are the lechers, and back again the same.
- What about the men who suffer at the hands of female lechers and leerers?
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