whisper sweet nothings

whisper sweet nothings

To murmur words of affection to someone in a flirtatious manner. These words may be genuine or less serious. My ex-boyfriend used to whisper sweet nothings to me and then sneak out with his mistress later! At the prom, I watched all the couples around me whispering sweet nothings to each other as they danced.
See also: nothing, sweet, whisper
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We live in a wonderful haze of feeds and nappy changes, exchanging offers of sleep, the way we used to whisper sweet nothings to each other.
The young lovers stopped several times under a waxing moon to kiss and whisper sweet nothings, and it was David's idea to take a shortcut through a moonlit Sefton Park at midnight - and here the couple came upon a bizarre sight.
You whisper sweet nothings into his ears and he smiles back at you.
Mourinho's MO is to arrive at a club, whisper sweet nothings, and then cause chaos before scarpering.
We encounter major figures in the field from antiquity onwards, and are shown how conditional probability might have led the OJ Simpson jury to a different verdict, as well as how ellipses and parabolic curves can help you whisper sweet nothings to your one and only.
For some it seems, the muse may whisper, and for others it may whisper sweet nothings.
Whisper sweet nothings Does this mean your wife wants to be submissive in bed?
PETE YORN PY (Vagrant) WE'VE heard him play nice; we've heard him whisper sweet nothings in Scarlett Johansson's ear.
You can hold him, stroke his forehead, whisper sweet nothings (or somethings) in his ear and generally be a bit of a handmaiden.
As lovers everywhere exchange gifts, whisper sweet nothings, and head out for romantic candlelit meals, for some, Valentine's Day is a time to remember those they've lost, especially those whose partners have died recently.
Once again, they generate palpable onscreen chemistry, the latter remaining on the right side of cheesy, but only just, when he has to whisper sweet nothings such as: "Any man is a fool who doesn't know how incredibly lucky he is to have you.
Take a picnic and whisper sweet nothings to your loved one on this superb expanse of coastal heath.
As the Mormon menace increases, Barry and Watson's character, Lena, will date disastrously, but in the end Barry follows her to Hawaii, where they fall in love, whisper sweet nothings like "I want to smash your face with a sledgehammer it's so pretty," and lock lips in silhouette for the most stylized Hollywood kiss since Busby Berkeley.