The other boob was on show in Paris and she dropped her drawers
in Hyde Park.
Sixty if she was a day, with a lovely selection of green home-made tattoos and a bad bleach job, she dropped her drawers
next to me, hopped up onto the hand basin and started relieving herself down the plug hole.
The consensus is that she should have battened down the hatches and looked after her children in the glare of all the negative publicity, not flown to Oz, dropped her drawers
and shown off her silicone enhancements while eating a selection of bugs.
And Jess, who dropped her drawers
more often in the last series than bankers get bonuses, is set to marry her equally loose boyfriend (a direct Sex And The City Sam Jones/Richard Wright rip-off).
Two hours later (and after a lovely Irish lady had literally dropped her drawers
in front of us) we completed a rather abstract work which adds a fun edge to our home owners swish new bathroom.
She had dropped her drawers
and was sitting on the loo when she noticed the see-through wrapping.
Kim Kelly was one of them, and now, over half a century later, he remembers a gallant lady who dropped her drawers
and a concerned priest who lied to save him from captivity.
Her London fans got more than what they paid for too when she played Hyde Park the other night and dropped her drawers
during a rendition of Human Nature.
This look at female binge culture took me back to my heady teenage days in the Valleys when, standing at a busy pub urinal, a middle-aged woman with green homemade tattoos walked in, dropped her drawers
and relieved herself in the hand basin.
She then dropped her drawers
and MOONED at the five stands round the green.
Admittedly you would have needed damned good eyesight to see it, because Denise dropped her drawers
midway round a trip on the London Eye.