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yucky

(ˈjəki)
mod. nasty. What is this yucky pink stuff on my plate?
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Damage to covered property if it is related to giving out "yucky candy." This exclusion applies to any covered property as defined under coverage A or coverage B as well as "yard decorations."
Maybe He's using the situation to prune some yucky self-stuff.
We think her most honest assessment was when she said sex felt "yucky.'' That would indicate a psychological hang-up that she has no intention of working on.
SO, it looks like those nasty smoking sticks are all going to come in the same kind of box, which will apparently stop young people like myself wanting to take up the habit of sucking in a boatload of yucky smoke and then blowing it out on the world.
An Arab blogger share foods that will help anyone's body fight those yucky things that make all of us sick.
So next time you see a worm remember: Even creatures that seem scary or yucky play an important role in the natural cycle of our environment.
They are yummy not yucky. People should try to eat less meat.
Overlong Canadian production may prove too clinically distanced for gorehounds and too yucky for specialty ands, though the Cronenberg imprimatur is sure to stir theatrical interest.
One program about "boogers," "snot," and "eye gunk" called "Yucky Gunk," went viral in August.
"I run a TB clinic, and INH [isonicotinic acid hydrazide] also tastes yucky," Dr.
The 44-year-old Garbage star said her label Warner Bros branded Noir as "dark yucky stuff" and refused to release it then urged her to copy Annie Lennox.
Lowe also spoke out about a flight he took which was later revealed by the FBI to be a "dry run" for the terrorists that carried out the September 11 attacks, labelling the experience "yucky".
Poop Collectors, Armpit Sniffers, and More: The Yucky Jobs Book.
The element of surprise has gone and its very gory, with lots of blood and yucky stuff.