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  • On this bonus track from the "Wounded Rhymes" collectors' set, Li serves up more of the foul-tempered Girl Pop From Hell that has made her pop's most blogged-about Swede.

    Singles file: T-Pain f. Flo Rida, TV on the Radio, SP-33

  • I'm better now and back to my snarky foul-tempered self and quite enjoying it.

    Not a lot of time...

  • Camel trekking is an activity that matches man with a foul-tempered, humpbacked beast that sinisterly hisses and cavalierly drops to its haunches when it no longer feels compelled to carry you.

    Dunes Struck

  • As soon as we are alone, I am invisible and he is foul-tempered.

    Exit the Actress

  • We were the only ones on the rink, except for a foul-tempered skate guard with a bristling mustache.

    Kate Fridkis: Homeschooling: For Trendy Brooklynites? Or People Like Me?

  • No “Why are you so sweet-natured most of the time, foul-tempered the rest?”

    Fallout

  • Worse, this Semitic deity was reputed to be jealous (who was there to be jealous of if there were no other gods?), vindictive, and altogether foul-tempered.

    La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth

  • The morning after Mangas's tizwin party I was rousted out at dawn by a foul-tempered Yawner, who took me miles off into the hills, both with our heads splitting, to prepare for my honeymoon.

    Isabelle

  • He had the knack of moving slowly and working quickly, and soon even the most foul-tempered mule nuzzled his head when he leaned down to rub liniment on her sores.

    Wildfire

  • Baby Stewie, the foul-tempered, homicidal baby from Family Guy, appears on tonight's episode of the police procedural Bones.

    Friday Links

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