It is one week today before Weight Watchers will be faced with my blubbery
They have wide mouths, large blubbery
lips, and an overbite--a combination of features that gives them a comical appearance.
The number of resident birds has dropped dramatically while species such as the blubbery
manatee, or `sea cow', are suffering from habitat degradation (see Geographical, June 1996).
Bad enough with Jennifer I-Can't-Help-Being-Fat Johnson always blubbery
Whether they're burrowing birds, blubbery
whales, or snuggling squirrels, animals have lots of ways to keep warm in winter.
Lacking a blubbery
layer of fat, sea otters survive frigid temperatures by trapping air within their fur.
He escaped only because one of his companions fired three bullets into the beast's blubbery
Jephcote was last weekend crowned ABA Novice champion at 57kgs - but five years ago, he weighed a blubbery
Let those apt to make excuses for our blubbery
brethren witter on about ignorance of nutrition and a food industry that's all too ready to tempt us with cheap, unhealthy food and drinks.
Lake near Morpeth, Steve Wood, Trev Wilson and Dave Coster have all been catching around 5lb apiece - mainly skimmers around half a pound, and on Leazes Park Malcolm Macdonald had a netful of small perch along with bonus roach up to 5oz.
Most moments of blubbery
come down to the bride's dress which she is only allowed to see and try on for the first time the day before the wedding.
John Torode, with his blubbery
mouth and sagging jowls, at least appears to know what he's talking about, albeit in an unappealing Aussie whine.