uncomplicatedly love



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  • adv. In an uncomplicated way; without complications.


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uncomplicated +‎ -ly


  • Even though I don’t identify as uncomplicatedly male, and even though I’m glad I’m different, it’s not fun to be painfully aware of how strange you seem to other people.

    Survey: Would you change sex?

  • You should totally follow this with another post about how our political system unequivocally sucks and parliamentary government is uncomplicatedly teh awesommmezt.

    Matthew Yglesias » By Request: Israeli Election

  • Carolina-born tenor saxophonist Houston Person is one of those uncomplicatedly swinging gospel and blues-rooted musicians who built a reputation in the soul-jazz boom of the mid-60s, faded somewhat, and then hit a renaissance among young hipsters 20 years later when acid jazz briefly informed both pop and clubbing.

    This week's new live music

  • In ’38 when he stepped for the first time through its sliding doors into a grand room of marble floor and Venetian fireplace it was the photographs along the wall that had captured his attention rather than the mad mixture of Japanese and European architectural styles: all taken in the grounds of Azalea Manor while some party was in progress, Europeans and Japanese mixing uncomplicatedly.

    Excerpt: Burnt Shadows by Kamila Shamsie

  • Instead, Haroun taught his younger brother many useful things, kickboxing, for example, and the rules of cricket, and what music was cool and what was not; and Luka uncomplicatedly adored his older brother, and thought he looked like a big bear

    'Luka and the Fire of Life'

  • At the same time, the emphatic rhythms make this a good work-song as the boys share uncomplicatedly the task of polishing the family's shoes.

    Poem of the week: Jasmine by John Eppel

  • His view of Debussy is uncomplicatedly direct, too.

    Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Debussy: Estampes; Liszt, etc

  • Be especially wary of research whose conclusions uncomplicatedly support gender stereotypes or involve overbroad generalizations.

    Blogging Against Sexism and More

  • Her new boyfriend Vincent is what would now be called a player; he is used to women falling uncomplicatedly into his bed.

    Five Books of happiness

  • In a poem that features an old man having sex with a very young woman, so frank a statement as "A naked woman my age is just a total nightmare" could seem uncomplicatedly cruel, could seem merely cruel.

    Archive 2009-04-01


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