In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- We are privy to bedroom scenes; both love making and morning pillow talk.
- After a little bit of pillow talk we fall asleep together.
- Coffee talk can turn to pillow talk in the blink of an eye.
- Unless you're being watched by other means, your coffee shop conversations, your pillow talk, and your Friday night parties are all still your business.
- The album's lyrics, many of which are raw, unfocused, love-and-sex pillow talk, are clearly secondary to the music.
- Before leaving Partridge's embrace for that of the ostler she indulged in some pillow talk.
- I'll make sure that Sakura joins you and both of you could have some pillow talk.
- Hearing them flatly deliver quasi-Marxist slogans as a sort of pillow talk is a constant hoot.
- In this case, it proved largely pillow talk with the celebrated new boyfriend.
- Their pillow talk pulses with the fierce rhythms of his life - now amazingly making sense, now comprehensible and exhilarating.
- Just remember to bail out before the pillow talk turns to the merits of silver refrigerators versus white ones.
- The newest novelty item for sale in Tokyo generates a lot of pillow talk.
- With her husband Andrew failing to get among the medals as he tried to win a fourth straight team title for Australia, it must have made for some interesting pillow talk.
- So, like, maybe he told Britney in pillow talk what the bad man did to him.
- A couple finishes having sex, roll onto their backs, and lift the covers up to their necks to commence staring at the ceiling and having pillow talk.
- Curtis, her husband, was away at work all day, and at night Nyla looked forward to some cozy pillow talk with him before falling asleep in his arms.
- The warmth, the fun, the sensuality, the pillow talk, the teasing, the tantalizing, the joy of intimacy are wonderful.
- But, for lovers, pillow talk is the sweetest conversation.
- But who wants to hear hours and hours of pillow talk?
- So he can get involved in some pillow talk if it came to it.
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