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  • n. Plural form of tingle.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tingle.


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  • My skin tingles with anticipation of every thunderclap and my face is pressed against the glass and your breath is in my ear.

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  • If you are in the DC and wondering why your skin has the tingles, that is why!

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  • Do you have any kind of tingles in your antenna, any lights flashing?

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  • I guess the problem is, I don't see the office of president of the US as the source of where my "tingles" should be coming from.

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  • I know what Chrissy Mathews is talking about regarding "tingles" because I still get them every time I hear the Star Spangled Banner. - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • The Chicago Blackhawks are now deep into the 2009 NHL playoffs and the local media has one of those "tingles" going up their leg.

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  • "tingles" Matthews and BigFat Eddy I say: Ratty Rachel Maddow is a better MAN than any of you. your predictions of a 40-year reign is coming to an end already and it only took 1 year!!!!!!!


  • By now, the cages have either sprung open or the locks are being picked and the imprinted DNA of every true blooded American tingles in anticipation of the ten to twelve weeks of school-free adventures looming ahead like a sun kissed valley below a fog enshrouded summit.

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  • I love how it sends tingles up the thighs of all the Libbies on here!

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  • Maybe MSNBC should do some investigating if Chris Matthews could stop getting sweet tingles in he legs when ever Barack speaks .... jazz in mich.

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