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  • Those horrible grahzny bratchnies in that ter - rible white mesto had done that to me, making me need help and kindness now and forcing me to want to give help and kindness myself, if anybody would take it.

    Where's the show?

  • We thought award shows were hor - rible, but it was a chance to march in front of your generation and be recognised.


  • Their \expndtw6 "new home" was a bungalow furnished in dreadful taste: \expndtw2 fake log fire, velvet three-piece suite, noisy wallpaper, hor\expndtw6 rible oil paintings of hills and glens, glass coffee table and \expndtw2 a giant television set. \cf0\expndtw0\par

    Poem About Never Growing Up

  • Then I put in my complaint and every chasso said it was prob - ably your Humble Narrator, brothers, that started it all anyway, me having no mark of a scratch on me but this hor - rible plenny dipping red red krovvy from the rot where I'd got him with my clawing rooker.

    Where's the show?

  • He trains his laser on all pretensions, not just those of the food world: In a dazzlingly funny chapter about overpriced, ter rible food in the Caribbean, he swats at the taste of the rich with "Rick James in the '70s could never have gotten away with what Karl Lagerfeld wears every day."

    Fiery Bourdain, Fresh Lagasse

  • Elsewhere, they squeeze Fl-OR-ida OR-anges, be they HOR-rible, or not in some other areas, including Boston, these words have slightly different pronunciations.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Survey of American Jewish Language and Identity

  • In the New York area, people squeeze Fl-AH-rida AH-ranges in the morning, even if they are HAH-rible.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Survey of American Jewish Language and Identity

  • Handikat, you comin to teh partee two_kittehs be throwin fur rible?

    excuse me, waiter! - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • You infected me with your hor-rible inferences from

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Yet she wants to have her daughter under her own tuition Ter-rible!

    Sir Charles Grandison


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