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“Then David left town for two weeks on business and I knew I had to do something with our lonely, over-affectionate, ADHD dog.”
“They won't lose any sleep just because you're being kept awake at night by the over-affectionate attentions of your tatooed cellmate.”
“I haven't met any man who's read Anna Karenina who doesn't think the Kitty-Levin subplot is insipid and a waste of time and who wouldn't rather be married to an cuckolding Anna than to the vaccouous and docile like an over-affectionate puppy is docile Kitty.”
““Silly, over-affectionate goose eggs, is all young women are today,” he blustered but scuttled forward quickly.”
“Almost immediately Jim heard the sound of something being bowled over on the floor -- something being licked -- something vainly striving with the over-affectionate pup, and then there came a coo of joy.”
“Juliet is good-hearted, over-affectionate, and will be kind to the child; but she is rather simple-minded, frivolous, and variable.”
“Cold mutton-stew; a soiled collar; breakfast in dress clothes; a wet house-dog, over-affectionate; the other fellow's tooth-brush; an echo of”
“The reader will conclude that I was a kind of over-affectionate pestering dull dog, who made this brilliant youth's life a burden to him.”
“My heart warmed to her when we first met in the same lodging-house two years ago, and, although I am not one of the over-affectionate sort myself, I feel as if I could go to the world's end to serve that girl.”
“To show their satisfaction, the savages gave us all round some over-affectionate hugs, which, besides nearly squeezing the breath out of our bodies, were unpleasant on account of the very dirty condition of the huggers.”
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