spin-the-bottle love

spin-the-bottle

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A game in which players take turns spinning a bottle and kissing the person it points toward when it comes to rest.

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Examples

  • I think we played spin-the-bottle remember that game?

    Nancy Alvarez: Dipping, And Other Ways We Touched As Teens

  • Also, with the spin-the-bottle thing, you are presumably just using a very light setting to keep the reel spool from over-running as you remove the line. bayboater9: That was interesting.

    That's Such A Drag

  • Also, with the spin-the-bottle thing, you are presumably just using a very light setting to keep the reel spool from over-running as you remove the line. bayboater9: That was interesting.

    That's Such A Drag

  • Since this episode features a game of spin-the-bottle and introduces actor Darren Criss as Blaine, a new gay character from a rival glee club, are we talking about a boy-on-boy kiss?

    Keck's Exclusives: Chris Colfer Teases Glee's Biggest Moment Yet

  • I think we played spin-the-bottle remember that game?

    Nancy Alvarez: Dipping, And Other Ways We Touched As Teens

  • Baby steps though: Tonight they play spin-the-bottle.

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  • I can get into comics that are specifically geared towards an adult audience, but the last several years worth of spin-the-bottle, event-driven, weekly-oriented, "Marketing-Is-God", comics pros as "rock stars", politically correct pablum, Hollywood trump-card dreck, has adequately demonstrated to me that earlier decades publishers attitude of targeting the bulk of their comics product for a "general" audience, was a much better path to follow.

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  • Some will argue that sexting is simply a modernized twist to playing spin-the-bottle or doctor.

    Sexting: What is Sexting & Is It Dangerous? | Sync Blog

  • I can get into comics that are specifically geared towards an adult audience, but the last several years worth of spin-the-bottle, event-driven, weekly-oriented, "Marketing-Is-God", comics pros as "rock stars", politically correct pablum, Hollywood trump-card dreck, has adequately demonstrated to me that earlier decades publishers attitude of targeting the bulk of their comics product for a "general" audience, was a much better path to follow.

    Rayboy's Review: Agents of Atlas #1 (Marvel Comics)

  • Ultimately the eclipse two-parter appears to be just another spin-the-bottle effort from the floundering writing staff, not that this episode was a complete loss, mind you – there were some very effective moments from several cast members – but a loss only in the respect that nothing much changed and the viewers were left wondering what the whole point of this celestial event was.

    Heroes: "The Eclipse, Part II" [Updated]

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