Gidget


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Gidget

archetypal teenage girl. [TV: Terrace, I, 311–312]
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One of John Fox's favorite Christmas presents as a kid, was a pet monkey named Gidget.
But finally, the cute young dogs have been named: Gilly, Gypsy, Gabby, Gemma, Georgie, Gator and Gidget.
Ieso Digital Health, a digital behavioural health company, has named Gidget Madix as its chief growth officer, it was reported yesterday.
Merck, a leading science and technology company, today announced the launch of the two new innovative fertility technologies Gidget and Geri+ to extend its innovative portfolio to support all steps performed by fertility laboratories during assisted reproductive treatment (ART), where technologies play a vital role for treatment success.
He is good friends with the block's other pets including pampered Eskimo dog Gidget (Jenny Slate) and sardonic house cat Chloe (Lake Bell).
He is good friends with the block's other pets including a pampered Eskimo dog named Gidget (Jenny Slate), who is deeply in love with Max.
He is good friends with the block's other pets, including a pampered Eskimo dog named Gidget (Jenny Slate), who is deeply in love with Max.
Now she can be heard as Gidget, a fluffy Pomeranian in The Secret Life of Pets, and soon she'll tackle an animated version of Harley Quinn in the forthcoming Lego Batman movie.
Gidget, the telenovela-watching poodle across the way, is too busy fancying Max to notice anything else; "I wouldn't go so far as to call us soulmates," she notes with dignity, "though any sane person who sees us would".
He is good friends with other domesticated animals and birds including a pampered Eskimo dog named Gidget (Jenny Slate), who is head over fluffy tail in love with Max, and a sardonic house cat named Chloe (Lake Bell), who nurtures a healthy disdain for anything that doesn't enrich her selfish existence.
Though Max's friends regularly stop by his apartment to hang out while Katie's away for the day, Max's would-be girlfriend Gidget (Jenny Slate), a white powder puff of a Pomeranian, is the only one who notices his disappearance, mobilizing a city wide search to find the pooch she wants to smooch.
But he provides lighter fare, as well, as when the 1959 movie Gidget sparked an international enthusiasm for surfing, a sport long established in Hawaii.