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But my face must have implied I needed more information because he then told me the nurse, later that day, would be lancing a boil on his unmentionables.
To search for uranium samples, investigators have gone through all of Yasser Arafat's unmentionables.
The company's managing director, Sascha Hertil, told the ABC News that the thongs, bras, camisoles, slips and other 24 karat unmentionables are priced from 1,500 dollars to 6,000 dollars.
The very thought of our sweet, adorable fluff balls eating unmentionables turns our stomachs.
Oh, I can see," screams Dee, staring at Al's unmentionables.
From jungle to pond Currently doing all manner of unmentionables in the jungle for I'm A Celebrity.
Hardly an over went by during India's tour of England this summer without one of the hapless tourists pulling up lame, tripping over their laces or taking a blow to the unmentionables.
For the notorious top-hatted, bad boy of magic and stand-up has spent his entire career offending anyone and everyone he can - like the time he infamously opened the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival by accusing the audience of doing unmentionables with moose, only to be knocked unconscious by an outraged punter seconds later.
Two black bags of mysterious unmentionables were loaded into her car after the hush-hush visit to The Tool Shed.
OK, it's not quite up there with I'm A Celeb levels of humiliation - no one, as far as I know, has been forced to eat kangaroo unmentionables - but there's still time for a large, hairy gentleman to come in and request a back, sack and crack wax (I've got my fingers crossed).
From advice for young ladies, to unmentionables on the dinner plate, to women's suffrage, to the 'do's and don'ts' of wearing hats, "Manners & Morals of Victorian America" is a fascinating and enthusiastically recommended window into the morals and manners of an American past that will never come again.
I make all of my unmentionables, but I do not sew all of my clothes, because I am a thrift store shopaholic.