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googly-eyed

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It's not really about sleeping with your mother or going googly-eyed over a goat or being president and getting blow jobs from an intern.
Cullum, the googly-eyed actor who brought his ingenuous, disarming brand of good humor and expressive physical shtick to last summer's Getty Center production of Frank Dwyer's ``The Affliction of Glory: A Comedy About Tragedy.
From spooky motifs of ghosts and goblins to quirky designs featuring googly-eyed monsters, Tiny Prints Halloween invitations are the perfect start to any fright night event.
I'd laughed enough at him proving his worth with the fitness bleep test, so watching him go googly-eyed over stacks of switches was just brilliant.
As well as man's best friend, above left, this book offers specimens of bizarre taxidermy including the horse balloon and the googly-eyed owl.
Only this time, the googly-eyed pair are boldly going where no item of loose-fitting footwear has ever gone before - outer space and the world of science fiction.
Those colors are definitely to be found in Scarfe's designs, his tippy tin-roofed chicken shacks filled with zany, googly-eyed roosters.
The blue, googly-eyed Cookie Monster, with his signature gobble "om nom nom nom", was originally designed by Jim Henson for use in commercials for General Foods International and Frito-Lay.
says the googly-eyed bear, twisting his purple snout this way and that, rocking back and forth.
Metal and mechanical toys included a fur-covered shop window display pair of climbing cats at pounds 100 and a tinplate snap toy of a googly-eyed 1930s child jumping off a chamber pot that concealed a mouse at pounds 140.
A German-made teddy bear and doll are both expected to fetch around pounds 500 each and a googly-eyed bisque character doll, also German, is valued at pounds 300 to pounds 400.