Her characters do drugs, have all-night sex, affectionately
or not so affectionately
insult the hell out of each other, talk slop, hunt pigs, watch samurai movies, hang out with family, struggle through school, adopt a haole, and stuff animals.
Said Lizzie affectionately
: "They were real hell-raisers.
But still, the new Conservative spokesman on Health, known affectionately
as Doris Karlof will consequently bring something quite new to front bench battles.
Vin also played with his little nephew, whom he affectionately
calls his 'little boss.'
But the man who is affectionately
known as 'Beaver' does not let it affect him, with Menzies still one of the best forwards in Super League.
But who was the man affectionately
known as Le Mez by friends, what was he really like?
The week is replacing Scout Job Week, affectionately
known as Bob-a-Job week, which saw scouts carry out jobs such as gardening and car cleaning in return for a small payment.
AN unborn child is referred to affectionately
as ''baby'' when its parents want to keep it but dismissively as ''a foetus'' when they plan to get rid of it (Abortion on the increase Daily Post, today).
It was in that year that the services were amalgamated into the West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive - WMPTE, affectionately
known as "Wumpty."
known as Frenchie, the 15.2 bay mare has already proved to be a top horse, qualifying for the National Retrained Racehorse finals at Hickstead and also winning side saddle classes.
'Mr Grumpy', as Hills is affectionately
known, is one of those characters who commands respect, and when you think of the reputation he has built from such humble beginnings, you have to take your hat off to the old boy..
Stuart, Will and Kieren are just 18 years old and James, affectionately
known as the grandad of the team, is 22.