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until we decided to have a nightcap in an establishment we stumbled across two doors down from our accommodation that seemed a bit expensive when we walked in, but -- what the hell -- it's a stag night; and, then, there were some very tastefully naked young ladies, a prohibitive bar bill, and a stag snoringly oblivious to the pounds 30 worth of pertness I had stumped up to commemorate the last throes of his freedom.
By then I had my two kids - Conor, nine, and Calum, three - and my breasts had lost a lot of their pertness since breastfeeding.
After two kids, Samuel, 10, and Mia, two, they had lost whatever pertness they ever had.
The three criteria for great boobs are roundness, pertness and weight,' she said.
She missed drinking in that pertness, her daughter's freckled complexion that sunburned easily, and the furrow in the daughter's brow caused by serious consideration of things like the Palestinian-Israeli question.
But she also has obviously spent a lot of time reading mysteries and detective stories (judging, at least initially, from her pertness, she must have loved the ``Nancy Drew'' series), and she's determined to help Rita find her identity.
writes States (2000); "Depending on where you choose to stand on the scales of sameness and difference and pertness [sic] and wholeness, you could as well argue that there is no such thing as tautology or that the whole world itself is a tautology .
But Election also acknowledges the anxiety that lies beneath Tracy's enameled pertness.
a shifting population of pretty young housemaids whose long red nails and pertness not only asserted the indignity of being undiscovered or out-of-work fashion models but kept hoisted a cocky guerrilla pride against servitude to whites: there are many forms of resistance not recognised in orthodox revolutionary strategy.
In Book 4, Dulness, who was Pertness once, unashamedly assumes the role.
There was no pertness, lack of self-restraint or wantonness in her speech .