And as for the green environmentalists who are forever nagging us to buy friendly cars with teensy weensy
engines, well, they will be complete losers with these new proposals.
Songs include ``Jane Jane,'' a tune dedicated to Jane Goodall and her work with chimpanzees; ``Blessed Be,'' an ode to a newborn baby; and Raffi's interpretation of ``Yellow Submarine,'' ``Eensy Weensy
Spider,'' plus 14 more.
THERE'S a war on, people are being slaughtered, yet the world seems to be consumed by the fact that Nicole Kidman might have a teensy, weensy
bit of cellulite.
For when your hormones are a bubbling cauldron of chaos, you have varicose veins where your fishnets used to be, piles that you'd need a sherpa to circumnavigate and indigestion that a convoy of juggernauts containing industrial Rennies couldn't cure, it is no wonder that you look a teensy weensy
bit less than bloody perfect.
Fine words, Mr Saulters, but aren't they just a teensy weensy
bit at odds with your other views?
Or was there just a teensy weensy
bit of motive to get and stay in a position of power and influence?
We quickly reminded ourself that at an event like this whiskey tasting is done principally with the nose and then you swallow a teensy weensy
Next year will show if they can overtake on the bend S it just me, or does Adam Gilchrist's obsequious ball-by-ball commentary whenever Shane Warne is bowling sound just a teensy weensy
bit like some gay love-in?
p Chihuahua: society heiress Paris Hilton is rarely seen without her teensy weensy
Chihuahua Tinkerbell and, when the dog went missing recently, Paris put up a five-figure sum for her return.
His wife, who could perhaps take on the Omar Sharif role in David Lean's cinematic masterpiece - she'd need to grow a moustache - was understandably a teensy weensy
I could understand this big nancy's terror if it had been Emma tugging at his trousers - but not a teensy weensy
Her only weensy
little flaw is that she can't make up her mind, and soon the pals are at each other's throats over who'll become her main man.
But, remember, not even a teensy weensy
sherry before dinner.
They need to be nurtured, educated, loved, fed, clothed and all the other stuff teenage girls have only a teensy, weensy
bit of knowledge about.
This look was created (with a teensy weensy
bit of help from colleagues) by Keiran Bradwell, a junior at the John Gerard salon in Morpeth.