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tits

n. breasts, usually a woman’s. (Very old colloquial. Usually objectionable.) She’s nothing but tits and teeth! Not a brain in her head!
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The humble great tit has been discovered to have struck up a tune to help it operate in the middle of busy towns and cities.
When the female blue tit did eventually pluck up the courage to leave she never returned either.
We do five festive cards featuring robins and together they are the top-selling bird, but the top-selling card pack is the one featuring the firecrest, blue tit and long-tailed tit.
Much like Boutin's red squirrels, individual great tits are easy to track, says Nussey.
Nice Tits, Alliance Repertory Company, through Dec.
It finished with the line: 'Stepping the modern world going completely tits up'.
The main topic of conversation among the tiny crowd at Longchamp on June 24 concerned the Prix des Favourites, where Big Tits was about to make her racing debut.
In the bird world, Blue Tits are showing the strain of having to look after demanding chicks.
The blue tits snubbed traditional hedges for a nesting site that's filled with Benson and Hedges at Fairlawns Hotel, Aldridge, near Walsall.
But by far the biggest tits of tJames Locke and his girlfriend Dpretended to throw in a bin.
Contract notice: purchase of permissive sets skl12 fixing 54e1 type to rail and tumble with tits 1:20 attachment to permissive and non-permissive type skl12 to 54e1 rail, steel
Two of the species that moved up the rankings this year, blue tits and goldfinches, are adaptable, friendly garden birds and great examples of birds that can flourish with our help.
FOR several years we have enjoyed daily visits of several varieties of birds - sparrows, starlings, robins, blackbirds, blue tits, coal tits, doves and wood pigeons have come to feed throughout the year.