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“Not sure about the boom-boom soundtrack, but when I ask, someone changes it.”
“I was supposed to play more of a boom-chicky-boom beat, but my stick got stuck and it came out boom, boom-boom chick.”
“But it was “Boats over!” the boom-boom of guns, and the pitiful slaughter through the long day.”
“The boom-boom or bust approach of Afridi that had typified the team's play in recent years is not Misbah's style.”
“The allegations hark back to the 1996 lawsuit that dubbed a Smith Barney basement the "boom-boom room.”
“We're going to say the boom-boom session between Charlize Theron and Ben Affleck is the only thing that can ever qualify as the "best" of anything in this mess of a movie.”
“My ace boom-boom (a phrase I just learned) Jesse has generously offered to donate a signed UK-edition copy of The Sad Tale of the Brothers Grossbart, which is a book that apparently got published recently:”
“It's nice to aspire to a little boom-boom in the bedroom, but if the rest of your life is sedentary, how do you expect to find the stamina to make it happen between the sheets?”
“I knew this because I was awakened at 1 a.m. by a strange crack of thunder -- not the usual boom-boom kind, but a weirdly sustained rumble, like the muted noise from a building demolition.”
“So I don't really think it's a stretch to think that a couple of nice fellas could potentially mis-remember some "cement on some important pipes" under an offshore oil rig (oopsie!), causing it to go boom-boom!”
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