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  • Then he chews it slowly and carefully and incomplete, damping the sound by making sure his teeth do not meet, and Cotter tries to imagine how it tastes, all the paper points and edges washed in saliva, becoming soft and limp and blottered so you can swallow smooth.

    Underworld

  • Then he chews it slowly and carefully and incomplete, damping the sound by making sure his teeth do not meet, and Cotter tries to imagine how it tastes, all the paper points and edges washed in saliva, becoming soft and limp and blottered so you can swallow smooth.

    Underworld

  • Then he chews it slowly and carefully and incomplete, damping the sound by making sure his teeth do not meet, and Cotter tries to imagine how it tastes, all the paper points and edges washed in saliva, becoming soft and limp and blottered so you can swallow smooth.

    Underworld

  • Alex Balk, the editor of Radar.com, wrote today that “pulling a prank on April 1 is a lot like getting blottered on St. Patrick’s Day: if you’re not doing it every day, you’re not really Irish.”

    Souring on April Fool’s Day - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Alex Balk, the editor of Radar.com, wrote today that “pulling a prank on April 1 is a lot like getting blottered on St. Patrick’s Day: if you’re not doing it every day, you’re not really Irish.”

    Souring on April Fool’s Day - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • "observer" was quoted as saying John Terry was completely blottered and dancing like an "old dad" to Britney Spears at the Whisky Mint club.

    Kickette Blog

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