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  • I brought my son along on the trip (he's followed football for quite a while); here is Newman counseling Solomon on how to look a little more "swoll":

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  • I brought my son along on the trip (he's followed football for quite a while); here is Newman counseling Solomon on how to look a little more "swoll":

    Freakonomics

  • Kucinich was swoll that Pelosi stripped his Single Payer language from the bill.

    Health Care, Health Care, Hell to the Yes! (Blog for Democracy)

  • When he was working on Abomination that sample blood spilled into an open cut that had his forehead on swoll and pulsing.

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  • Those babies are so swoll, Christ I wanna lick em.

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  • "My own," she said, "though I misdoubt I ever did fit it on my old corpse, what's swoll up with fat these last year and ten."

    Enjoyment

  •   He had said to watch especially for black widows and, with an exaggerated laugh, added that he knew a man once who got bit on the end of his tallywhacker and it swoll up almost three times normal size.

    THE TICK IS FULL

  • ` ` It swoll up like a balloon but it's fine, '' McCabe said.

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  • He had said to watch especially for black widows and, with an exaggerated laugh, added that he knew a man once who got bit on the end of his tallywhacker and it swoll up almost three times normal size.

    THE TICK IS FULL

  • It gave me a sick feeling in my stomach, just like when I used to ask him if I looked pretty while I was pregnant and swoll up.

    Jesus Wept

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  • common misspelling of swollen or (SLANG) swole

    November 17, 2017