“However, he was a very good-looking idiot and it seems quite fanciable, which is nice for us both.”
“Now Tori is said by the National Enquirer to be preparing to reprise her role by getting very thin and acting "fanciable".”
“The Orange Wednesdays rising star award is cheerfully and unofficially known in Bafta circles as the "fanciability" award, and in this year's controversially all-male shortlist it went to Adam Deacon of Anuvahood who has shown that he is both fanciable and talented.”
“So says Niall Paterson on Sky News, reporting the station's poll on this year's most fanciable MPs.”
“British Christianity has become a two-horse race, with Roman Catholicism looking increasingly fanciable.”
“Arguments could be heard in many a gay club about who was the most fanciable.”
“I don't know about feeling the love, I thought Iain Dales post about fanciable politicos was a disappointment - I kept thinking of Jeff Foxworthy and his man mantra: I want a beer and I want to see something naked.”
“TwatOff also adds random abuse to its messages, so that your ‘followers’ can believe that you have not forgotten all about them, despite you only adding them to you list because their fake avatar picture made them look vaguely fanciable.”
“Nelson was a real, fanciable bloke with muscles and courage and sensitive hands, who could do dinner table chat without being smarmy, who wore the right thing but never in an attention-seeking way, who could talk to my Granny or the crew equally easily.”
“Should anyone have noticed, an entriely unscientific poll was carried out by Iain in order to find the top 20 most fanciable political journalists.”
‘fanciable’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
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