m b Backst I laughed myself silly
at videos of him bopping to Queen, Cyndi Lauper and the Backstreet Boys, posted online by his US owner.
It was like, 'Mum, I don't want bread, I want cake!' I laughed myself silly
!' 'You found that exciting?' 'Yes,' I admitted, 'And look at that dog playing with its pups, have you noticed she already knows which is the mischievous chap, and continues pushing him over to irritate him?
I was screaming myself silly
alongside thousands of other Spice Girls fans at Wembley this week.
Six years have come and gone, and I'm still asking myself silly
if fate had done me an uncanny number.
"So what better distraction than to scare myself silly
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Stuffed myself silly
with yummy food, bought lots to try out at home.
I did not get up at the crack of dawn to queue outside and drink myself silly
on Murray Mount.
"That way I don't scare myself silly
. "And that's the most important thing at the moment, to enjoy the experience and have a good time.
While Kermit O'Leary danced his socks off for a full 24 hours in the hope of raising millions of pounds, I giggled myself silly
once more at the memory of one of Fred's friends asking Father Christmas to 'be able to dance forever'.
As soon as I touched the pin, sparks flew out and I realised that I had nearly shocked myself silly
"I would scare myself silly
thinking no-one would want to read about it but they assured me people would.
Of course, no skiing holiday is complete without vast amounts of food to fuel the daily workout, and I gorge myself silly
on the hearty hotel fare.
I recall laughing myself silly
, but leaving the room feeling dirty, like my soul had been darkened.
I am almost never working to surpass others who share the marley floor, or sweat myself silly
just to please the teacher.
I laughed myself silly
the very first time we stopped to ask for directions and I heard someone call my dad 'duck' - an affectionate term with which the natives greet each other.