Not more than any other youngster did he like to eat dirt
or to be misjudged, but he saw himself in a cleft stick.
And even if the plants aren't toxic, do you really want your baby to eat dirt
or drink water from plant trays?
WHAT Tuesday's defeat in Dunedin taught us about this British and Irish Lions tour is that a clear gulf is emerging between the Test team and those destined to eat dirt
for the remainder of the trip.
Along the way Gregor meets and develops a fascination for the camp golden girl, Ashley, a Hollywood starlet and leader of the Eat Dirt
With God's permission your hope will be fulfilled and you will eat dirt
The scientists have written the new book Let Them Eat Dirt
, to explain their conviction that microbiota (the microbes that live in and on humans) are great for our health.
They have written Let Them Eat Dirt
, to explain their conviction that microbiota - microbes that live in and on humans - are great for our health.
To help with digestion, koalas eat dirt
once in a while.
Most eat both plants and animals, and some also eat dirt
I can only afford to eat dirt
for the next half year," said a user on the Twitter-likeSina Weibo, with an attached screengrab of a Taobao app showing she had bought 42 items.
It amazes me how the average person will follow medical advice even though it does not sound logical; some people would eat dirt
pies three times daily if their doctor prescribes it.
Emile Klein's miracle cure for a neck injury resulted in him having an overwhelming, undeniable urge to go outside and eat dirt
To reiterate: We'd rather eat dirt
than play fantasy football.
TOP fashion house Louis Vuitton is being sued over racism claims after a boss at a flagship store allegedly told an African employee: "Black people are slaves who eat dirt
off the floor.
Nostalgia crosses the Atlantic and flows into post-Civil War American racialism and generates a new diagnostic category, cachexia Africana, a complex of symptoms including dirt-eating--yet poor whites eat dirt
as well as slaves and ex-slaves, and, as a widened anthropological perspective discloses, so have people in many cultures across time and geography, with no suspicion of pathology and even a sound nutritional rationale (Fleissner).