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  • Now this is nothing like the real thing: having your baby suckle on your breast, relieving the uncomfortable build-up of milk and letting those good-feeling hormones release.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: New Moms

  • Anyway, for all the good-feeling and self-congratulatory populism you inspired in me, I didn't have the courage to tell you that, with your jeans, your bike, and your implicit affirmation of the principle that no one's too hot to go to the library, I think we'd make great hipster-poster-children for the Brooklyn Public.

    A Matter of Time: Grace Periods

  • I also wore cowboy boots and a beautiful good-feeling white shirt.

    Crazy Loco Love

  • Our hearts are all working towards finding the optimal good-feeling shape all the time.

    Elena Brower: Art of Attention: Can Toxic Encounters Be Nourishing?

  • It may seem an extreme comparison but I just can't shake the thought that the explosion of optimism and good-feeling surrounding Andy Murray's sunkissed Wimbledon adventure gave us a tantalising glimpse of how we wish to interact with others and yet, for most of us, that sad story of Isabella Purves could all too easily have happened on our very own street.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • The prince shifted in his sheets, and relished in softy downy good-feeling.

    eros-archer Diary Entry

  • This is easily the funniest and most good-feeling thing I've seen in a long, long time.

    Glimpse In My Head

  • "People seem to be looking for a good-feeling message right now," says Mr. Lachky.

    Some Anheuser Spots

  • Round-action shotguns have receivers constructed from sections of cylinders rather than from squares with rounded corners, a design that makes for a graceful and good-feeling gun.

    Double-Gun Lust

  • As for her romance and good-feeling, that I leave to you.

    The Hand of Ethelberta

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