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  • I got accustomed to walking up to the main door to greet promoters, and the lines of people must have wondered who the weird-looking dude with Indian hair was.

    Fallin’ Up

  • I got accustomed to walking up to the main door to greet promoters, and the lines of people must have wondered who the weird-looking dude with Indian hair was.

    Fallin’ Up

  • "How many women are really interested in clothes off the runway that are a little challenging and weird-looking?" posits Mr. Grauso, a longtime fashion executive who isn't fearful of challenging clothes himself.

    Beyond Bridal: Vera Wang's New Look

  • Dan Neil/The Wall Street Journal The 2012 Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet Sluggish, wobbly, weird-looking, with a front-end shake that would mix a good daiquiri, the new Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet—a droptop, two-door version of the Murano crossover—is, in one respect at least, delightful.

    A Nissan at CrossPurposes With Competence

  • That's because though the vocabulary of Volapük is based on English, the words are truncated and weird-looking --- as in 'nim', derived from animal, or 'fat' derived from father.

    And you thought Esperanto was weird....

  • But that's not hate: I love that she's weird-looking and - sounding and I love that despite that (or maybe because?) she bagged probably the best-looking rapper making music today.

    Small wonder

  • It looks great, I mean, with that man falling down from that weird-looking building.

    Four New Photos: Christopher Nolan’s Inception | /Film

  • What does having hundreds of weird-looking puppets in a room mean?

    E Is for Environment

  • No no no don't let the weird-looking Eric KID come along.

    10 years later, the real story behind Columbine

  • That's because though the vocabulary of Volapük is based on English, the words are truncated and weird-looking --- as in 'nim', derived from animal, or 'fat' derived from father.

    Archive 2009-02-01

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