Aunt Flo


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Aunt Flo

n. a woman’s menstrual period. (see also visit from Flo. Refers to the menstrual flow.) I am sorry to announce that Aunt Flo has come for a visit.
See also: aunt, Flo
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A lot of people in my family believe that if Aunt Flo didn't have The Beast From the Primordial Goo to hate for his unethical and thoroughly despicable behavior, she'd transfer a lot of her animosity to her husband, my Uncle Eddie, who has been known to cut a few corners himself.
Mr Anthony Glass, prosecuting, said: "The prosecution case is that Sheila Bowler on the night of May 13 picked up Aunt Flo from the old peoples home where she was being well cared for, took her to the River Brede, where she pushed her in and drowned her.
The selection, who won her maiden at Lingfield readily enough by three and a half lengths, has been working well and is just preferred to Aunt Flo.
In our second exclusive extract, Roberta reveals how her Aunt Flo ended up with a tin plate in her head, and the mystery of the "before" man she now calls Dad.
Did I really get my visit from Aunt Flo even though the blood didn't come back the next day?
They have since increased their involvement and, while Celibate (Shy Groom-Dance Alone), is cleverly named, Blue Zola and Aunt Flo are more obvious.
As long as you give Aunt Flo a big smooch and let Poppy pinch your cheeks, your family might let you skate out a bit early.
Aunt Flo is dropping in class and should prove a valuable investment in the Dick Poole Fillies' Conditions Stakes (3.
I even hear of divorced dads who happen to have their daughters the day Aunt Flo visits for the first time--and, without red faces or white knuckles, have driven their girls to the nearest drug store to pick up supplies.
Amazing Dream and Aunt Flo have both run unplaced in Group company, but the four winning fillies who had also run at the highest level had at least made the frame.
She played respectable piano teacher Sheila Bowler who was jailed for life for killing her late husband's elderly Aunt Flo who had great difficulty walking.