- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pap.
“We stuck in to some debatable food which looked like it had been turned away by the dozen flies which were loitering around and were even 'papped' by the locals eating there (we were the only Gringo's in the vicinity).”
“Every season, the area around the LFW base is transformed into a seething mass of fashionistas, all styled up to the max and hoping to be "papped" by one of the dozens of photographers that mill around looking for "street style" fodder.”
“papped" once with their son, and we on his fansite chose not to include this image in our photo gallery.”
“papped" by Andersen Ben-Hilliens recently, but it's his shot of”
“Or Prince Harry was papped not looking vacant at a rock concert but lubing up his naked body in preparation for the ancient art of Turkish oil wrestling.”
“She made the decision to get papped once she stepped into the Hollywood scene.”
“No one enjoys being papped down, but it serves a purpose. gunner |”
“Lewis Hamilton said that before his victory at the Nürburgring, 'I wasn't in the media anywhere, wasn't 'papped' anywhere.”
“I trained twice last week, had good food and was massively positive all week, wasn't in the media anywhere, wasn't 'papped' anywhere.”
“It's being termed the Elle Macpherson Syndrome, because she's so often papped looking immaculate.”
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