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  • During the performance of his original read: horrible song, "I'm a Stud," Geo drops trou and dances around on the stage, shaking his equipment to the point where Paula Abdul runs back stage and starts dry-heaving.

    Top Moments: Castle's White Lie and The X Factor's Naked Truth

  • At a time when millions of Americans lack employment and the economy appears to be heading back into a period of prolonged dry-heaving, one of Thomas Friedman's prescriptives for America is for President Barack Obama to watch a 1996 Kevin Costner movie.

    How 'Tin Cup' Can Save America, Apparently

  • First his lunch came up, and then that ran out and he was retching bile, and then even the bile ran out, and he was dry-heaving at the pavement.

    Law of Attraction

  • First his lunch came up, and then that ran out and he was retching bile, and then even the bile ran out, and he was dry-heaving at the pavement.

    Law of Attraction

  • Even today, nurses on oncology floors who tended to patients in the early 1980s before the advent of newer antiemetics that would somewhat ease the effect of the drug can vividly recollect the violent jolts of nausea that suddenly descended on patients and brought them dry-heaving to the ground.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • As Evie sat on a rock dry-heaving, surrounded by cows and clanging cowbells.

    Full Frontal Nudity

  • Even today, nurses on oncology floors who tended to patients in the early 1980s before the advent of newer antiemetics that would somewhat ease the effect of the drug can vividly recollect the violent jolts of nausea that suddenly descended on patients and brought them dry-heaving to the ground.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • Wear this on a rainy day and count the number of people who see it and start dry-heaving.

    Regretsy – Kitty Glitter

  • Even today, nurses on oncology floors who tended to patients in the early 1980s before the advent of newer antiemetics that would somewhat ease the effect of the drug can vividly recollect the violent jolts of nausea that suddenly descended on patients and brought them dry-heaving to the ground.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • First his lunch came up, and then that ran out and he was retching bile, and then even the bile ran out, and he was dry-heaving at the pavement.

    Law of Attraction

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