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Newcastle Lib Dem Robin Ashby commented online about Newcastle North MP Catherine McKinnell, saying: "Our MP and Shadow Attorney General Catherine McKinnell looking positively girlish in Parliament yesterday.
Newcastle Lib Dem Robin Ashby caused a storm when he commented online about Newcastle North MP Catherine McKinnell, saying: "Our MP and Shadow Attorney General Catherine McKinnell looking positively girlish in Parliament yesterday.
She is in excellent health, but is somewhat overweight and will need an adopter who is willing to help her get back her girlish figure.
A light gray sweater and striped pants keep her body warm before she strips down to a girlish magenta leotard with intricate strap details.
The reason people say he's gay is that he's a people say he's gay is that he's a bit girlish.
very masculine = 1, very feminine = 6; very girlish = 1, very boyish = 6; very boring = 1, very stimulating = 6).
She had a pronounced and exaggerated taste for girlish accessories and dresses as recalled by the author.
Summary: As girlish as ever, Georges Hobeika's couture collection for this summer paid a literal tribute to the flora and fauna of his imagined summertime forest and offered another season of highly wearable couture in pastels.
Her cartoonish costumes and girlish voice make her appear at least a decade younger than her 29 years.
Ranging from newborn gear to girls aged 14, Von Furstenberg's range also includes accessories such as sunglasses, espadrilles and sandals to help a young girl to playfully experiment with her evolving style and individuality, from pretty girlish dresses to rough and tumble essentials.
It adds they "captured a sweet, girlish and natural beauty".
Plus, the '60s hair with that cute band, those feline flicKs on the eyes, the girlish dots and that wow red lippy - I'm in love with the whole thing.