I remember how we used to swing you, pendulum-like, toward each other, and how instead of slamming into your sis in mid-air you both cackled: G with that chuckle gone berserk; J, who doesn't require aviating the air via her father's arms to go berserk
WON'T GIVE IN WHEN I've got a full on cold I refuse to put my life on hold I battle on through the working day Then at night in my bed I lay Re-energised for the next day at work If I stayed home I'd go berserk
So must keep ploughing on the best I can With Lockets and Lucozade close to hand I shut myself away, so no germs I spread I'd rather be at work than in my bed I'm a conscientious lad you see On top of my work with aid of a hankie When the weekend's here I'll ease up Lots of rest and Lemsip cup On Monday I'm sure I'll be fine For the start of the week, the daily grind STEVEN HOOKWAY, via email.
If I don't win everything or come really close, I go berserk
Sponsor Senator Chris Buttars said, "Whenever anyone challenges the evolution people, they go berserk
As fluent with their bodies as with language, they sing, sort papers, go berserk
, and snap to attention when buzzers go off, signaling the need to receive of send messages.
Each day for the last two weeks Lewis has encouraged his sparring partners to lose their cool and go berserk
during daily sessions.
There are times'" says Walker, "when the volcanoes just go berserk
," spewing hot lava and gases from Earth's interior into the sea.
Postal Worker" is an ensemble pressure cooker which shifts between hilarious and disturbing as somebody is going to go berserk
-- but who?
IF I'D held a lunchtime party, then proceeded to go berserk
with a loaded shotgun, threaten guests with a knife, slash the tyres of cars which carried frightened and crying children, and taken the butt of a rifle to an expensive Alfa Romeo I would reasonably expect, when I landed in court on charges of affray and criminal damage, to be subject to some serious punishment.
Her reason for writing books -- with the exception of ``Hippos Go Berserk
,'' which she wrote in 1977 as a project in drama school -- was more of a happy accident that began with 1981's ``Moo Baa La La La
A senior Labour source predicted: "He will go berserk
Before they even reach their destination, horses go berserk
and a road is washed out, forcing a lengthy detour.
Why do sporting events cause normally law-abiding fans to go berserk
and start destroying property?
When they head out to the desert on that lost highway, things really go berserk