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Legend has it that an African goat herder noticed that the friskiness of his goats increased when they ate red berries of a certain bush.
You women might crave frisky adventures with slender,fit and highlighted David Beckhams or Brad Pitts,but -I can assure you -that once the friskiness is over, it's the Gordon Browns amongst us that will keep you entertained with our wit, repartee, sense of fun and comedy builder's cleavage until we prematurely pop our clogs and leave you free to hunt yourselves a toy boy.
Surely the pensioner's love of a good biscuit, combined with their well- documented friskiness, could at last provide the sure-fire chemistry for a Lottery show that the whole family could enjoy together.
It does seem to have a problem, though, in converting friskiness into conquest.
Hosted every week by Katie Puckrik and her best friend, Lisa Kushell, "Pajama Party" subverts the classic sleepover ingredients into grown-up friskiness, with the help of visiting celebrity guests and an audience of 20- and 30 -something women, all hanging out in their PJ's in Ms.
For the first two-and-a-half years, I was generally well behaved - just the occasional kiss or friskiness with other women when away with my mates, but I never went "all the way" with any of them.
Cole and choreographer Christine Kellogg nonetheless ramp up the energy and the friskiness so that a duet like "Love Makes the World Go" between Comfort and Mollie is crowd-pleasing as well as racy.
Moss-Bachrach contributes a nice accent of friskiness.
After all spring is the season of new life, fertility and general friskiness.
CONSUMED with premature spring-like friskiness, Kristina is considering making a booty call to her on-off (mostly off) boyfriend.
Episode two is a more leisurely affair, beginning a decade later, where her reign is a secure and popular one, and with less to worry about, she's prone to not concealing her friskiness - with Robert Devereux, the earl of Essex and Dudley's stepson.