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Seeing a set of yellowing and yucky teeth smiling back at you every time you reach for a ciggie can only be a good thing when it comes to making people think twice about what they are doing to themselves.
The 44-year-old Garbage star said her label Warner Bros branded Noir as "dark yucky stuff" and refused to release it then urged her to copy Annie Lennox.
My owner brings me to swim team every day in an old, big, blue, yucky bag filled with my friend, Bathing Suit, who talks a lot, and Towel, who sleeps a lot.
However if people just pile in leftovers, and I would not recommend bread as was suggested in the article or any cooked food) they will end up with a nasty-smelling yucky mess.
a scary monster cake full of yucky ingredients, complete with orange peel teeth.
It's interesting to me that Laura Weinstock is more concerned about the invasion of the yucky bisexuals than she is about the ongoing presentation of "desirable" equaling skeletal.
Bad and yucky fats: Saturated fats and trans fats are sometimes lumped together as "bad" components of food because they can clog arteries and raise levels of LDL ("bad" cholesterol).
She has a point, of course; everyday objects can transmit disease, but the value of her point is frequently lost in a hodgepodge approach that makes no distinction between serious but rare events, everyday avoidable ills, and the merely yucky.
Another wonderful children's book, Two Old Potatoes and Me by John Coy, tells the story of a small child that finds a sprouty and yucky old potato and starts to throw it away.
My hands stay dry when working in wet ground, and they are durable enough to last for several garden adventures before they get yucky and have to be thrown away.
Then split the lobster, take out the yucky bits and grill for five minutes on each side.