piccie

piccie

n. a little picture; a thumbnail picture. Put some piccies on your web page. That’ll brighten it up.
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Hinting that she'd seen a baby piccie, bandmate Rochelle Humes said: "Baby Carter is here.
Upon finding said piccie I have now decided to take the opportunity that Mother's Day brings each year as a reminder for me to apologise to my dearest mama for being born the size of a 12-year-old.
Can't remember if we've shown you a piccie of this before.
And before I started, I'd take a piccie, then again afterwards.
And, before I started, I'd take a piccie, then again afterwards Yvonne Amanada Giles Elaine, I know how you feel.
Jamie Roberts, who described the Lions win as something he had always dreamed of, tweeted a picture of himself with the Hollywood actor and a bottle of champagne, joking: "He was desperate for a piccie.
And most importantly if you are hoping for that all-important "cutting the cake" piccie make sure your venue has a suitable knife
SUPERMODEL Kate Moss might be able to get away with wearing a floaty frock with wellies to music festivals, but - as this piccie proves - it's not a look that suits everyone.
Jihan followed the kissy-kissy piccie with a snapshot of her riding on a motorcycle behind Ragheb in the streets of Paris, where they'd gone for a short family vacation last week.
Before he left, David even managed to persuade his new best friend to pose for a piccie with him.
03 PICCIE Pots, from Crayola, are a selection of three plain plant pots in fake grass that can be decorated with the flower stickers and smelly, glittery pens.
Under the scary piccie Ayman wrote: "I was hit by a missile.
Just thought he might like a nice piccie of himself.