I want to move them into the gutter but can only do that if more people register their phone and make their phones too hot to handle
The pour was stopped, we helpers fled, The foundry ceiling basked in red, The reactor now too hot to handle
, Looked like a giant Roman candle,
The CIA did indeed say no--but not until early July, almost three weeks after the break-in when things were getting too hot to handle
1 FOOTBALL PULL-OUT MICHAEL GL ANNON MICHAEL GANNON Partick Thistle were ripped to shreds in their 4-1 defeat at Tannadice but Muirhead, who slotted a penalty to get the Jags level one one stage, had to admit United were too hot to handle
The Championship 2 side were too hot to handle
for Irish League new boys Newington YC at the weekend, triumphing 5-2, but showed they can be vulnerable to shocks after Ballynahinch United ousted them from the Irish Cup last year.
Rebecca Linney stepped down from her usual 800m staple but still proved too hot to handle
to pick up a 400m PB of 58.
4 was simply too hot to handle
as she melted Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 7-5, 6-4 on Court Two.
with bev bevan HEATWAVE Too Hot To Handle
/Central Heating (Edsel) MULTI-racial group Heatwave was formed in the UK by two American servicemen, Johnnie Wilder and his brother Keith, with Spaniard Mario Mantese on bass, Czech Bilbo Berger on drums, Jamaican Eric Johns on guitar and Briton Rod Temperton, from Cleethorpes, on keyboards.
But they found the home pack too hot to handle
at the New Friarage, where Rovers were 20-7 winners.
One tip though, just in case your meal is a bit too hot to handle
, have a spoonful of plain rice to cool down - not water
Leon Pryce in particular was too hot to handle
for the French side, so we came through.
ENGLAND found world champions Wales far too hot to handle
in an entertaining Deaf International at Broadstreet, going down 66-7.
John Oxx's filly was fancied for the 1,000 Guineas but found Finsceal Beo too hot to handle
Blackmagic Guy battled on to take his heat but will surely find this field too hot to handle
unless getting loose early.
At times he can be too hot to handle
, but hopefully we can handle him.