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  • n. Plural form of sesh.


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  • In all, the TCM fest will encompass more than 50 film screenings, panel seshes, Q

  • The new couple is set to rendezvous next weekend in Miami for the Super Bowl, but we have a feeling they'll be squeezing in a few love seshes before then.

    E! Online (US) - Top Stories

  • So what really went down during the time of these bedroom seshes?


  • Actually, I probably wouldn't even have to be drunk, I just enjoy random makeout seshes.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • The only production to see receipts fall off was "God of Carnage" ($886,206), in a dip explained by the fact that the show, which alternates between eight-perf and seven-perf weeks, played one of its seven-perf seshes last week.

  • Among those plays, two star vehicles, Daniel Craig-Hugh Jackman outing "A Steady Rain" and Jude Law topliner "Hamlet," hit new highs in their final seshes.

  • i love you jes! you are so sweet and wonderful and kind and beautiful! and i love hate seshes with Steph. and i well, pretty much love her.

  • I reckon you need the ‘Burger seshes just to give your evil side a run.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Man, that was like hard work or something.


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