Potty's recent video for its first brand extension, Unicorn Gold bathroom spray, has racked up nearly 14 million views.
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The Beat still manages to turn heads like when it was first launched (though people do not come to a dead stop and take a long hard look anymore) because of the striking design with its squatty
, swooshy looks.
If a bookmaker knows damn well there's not going to be a copper coin for diddly squatty
in the third race at the 6-1 on his tissue (do these things exist anymore I wonder) go 8s, 10s, 12s or even 33-1.
Other low furniture such as platform beds have resulted in table lamps with squatty
bases and tall shades.
"I've often thought such baits emulate small sunfish or crappies because of their squatty
profile, but I rarely see these species in the bellies of walleyes I clean--so maybe the bites are generated by the heavy vibrations.
Cycads, which Dalton describes as looking "like squatty
palms," grow little bumps as cyanobacteria condos.
'Cinderella' is squatty
and pink while 'Lumina' is round and white, and 'Fairytale' provides yet another unusual color choice with its brownish pink hues.
Taunton positions a portrait head of the evangelist on a dark squatty
stylised body that combines several African figure styles.
The entry on Tony Cuccinello in the 1933 edition of Who's Who in Major League Baseball noted: "The squatty
Gothamite always gives his countrymen an outlet for their pentup emotions when he steps into action on the diamond for he is of the aggressive type and packs quite a hefty wallop." (14)
She never wore big hats because they made her look "squatty
," nor did she get "all decorated up like a Christmas tree" or load herself with jewelry and go "prancing around like a circus horse." She "kept the road hot," going the thirty miles to Klamath Falls (Oregon) to shop and pick up supplies for my father's automotive repair shop.