“As if to recall naughtier times, Ms. Sykes Rellie offered to introduce her single friends to one of the restaurant's owners, Eugene Brennan, a former fireman.”
“Back in London's more buoyant days, Christmas windows were brasher and naughtier; Selfridges in 2008 featured a delinquent Santa Claus surrounded by booze and neon lights.”
“You might think that Wagner's Kundry is the naughtier.”
“And the naughtier the things that I did -- the more emphatic the denial became.”
“Glee" worked in the cult classic "Rocky Horror" theme without having the tops of the Fox network decency police heads come off by having some of the naughtier bits played the show's adults -- teachers, dentists and the like.”
“I think a much naughtier one of Hollywood`s is the way it paints out racial prejudice in a lot of films.”
“This is NOT about who's naughtier, Democrats or Republicans, or even about the fact that he cheated on his wife.”
“Broadway was a bit more seductive, as the theater district abounded with naughty music halls and even naughtier cabarets.”
“Amid the overpaid egos and pampered brats who populate so much of contemporary sport, Muralitharan seems to stand almost completely apart, the proverbial good deed in what often feels like an ever naughtier sporting world of drugs, bribes and cheating.”
“As a result, Terry Jones wrote, Adams says in the introduction, “an altogether sillier, naughtier and more wonderful novel than I would have done”.”
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