In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1hipersexuadohe's oversexed, that's his problem — lo que le pasa es que es un obseso sexual
- But because it was a girl, she has been dismissed as another oversexed fan that knew what she was doing.
- The original show was your post-Kennedy New Frontier view of the future, with an oversexed cowboy at the helm.
- He is oversexed and sadistic in nature with no individuality or personal characteristics or experiences.
- We're overpaid and overfed, we're oversexed (I've heard it said).
- When I first went out to readings and met people I did get a sense that they hoped this blowsy, loudmouthed, oversexed creature was going to burst forth.
- Marriage only provides one party with their objective. So avoid marriage is the advice, stick to being an oversexed couple.
- One trailer was blasting out some local Top 40, MTV-breed music, all ditzy oversexed singers and anonymous backup musicians.
- Oversized, oversexed and over here - the American grey squirrel has largely displaced its indigenous cousin since arriving in the 19th century and now outnumbers it 66 to one.
- The aristocracy are made to look like buffoons; the women swoon, the maids are oversexed, and the artist himself - the center of everyone's fawning attention - plays the dandy.
- You easily resolve conflicts of interest between head and loins, unlike those squirrelly Geminis or those oversexed Scorpios.
- The enemy in this movie isn't some super-human slasher with a taste for nubile prom queens and oversexed jocks; it's the minds of the victims themselves.
- Because of this some people are inclined to view her as an oversexed and nymphomaniacal creature.
- In my opinion this is just giving oversexed males a bogus set of Darwinian credentials.
- She's been a young teen rebel, a slightly scary oversexed floozy, the wife of the Argentinean President and a terrible, terrible actress.
- The females then fly off to seek new hosts in which to insert their eggs while their brother-cum-husband expires, oversexed but flightless.
- It has been said that our culture is rapidly becoming oversexed or even hypersexed.
- The American mink is oversexed and, unfortunately, over here.
- We're told that the oversexed staffers were boozing it up at the bar after closing when things got physical.
- Despite the collegiate atmosphere, the mix of oversexed students and undersexed professors and beer that was on tap 24 / 7, the whole place seemed to reek of Valentine's Day.
- You put your head out of that window, and I'm locking you in the trunk, you oversexed Alsatian.
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