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not that serious Pardew's set-to with Meyler wasn't a headbutt of the Glasgow Kiss variety
Iain Glen in Glasgow Kiss (top), Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (above), and his latest role as John Proctor in The Crucible at the RSC (right).
It's redefining a Glasgow kiss in front of a billion people and then dressing up as the nation's favourite biscuit.
I was totally astonished once to see him grab the lapels of one prefect and 'nut' him efficiently in what I believe is known as a Glasgow Kiss.
No problem, Geri - there'll have been a line-up waiting to deliver a Glasgow Kiss.
7/10 DEBBIE MURRAY The Long Glasgow Kiss by Craig Russell, is published in trade paperback by Quercus, priced pounds 12.
and got a Glasgow kiss, in the form of a 4-0 hiding.
Zizou infamously gave Materazzi a Glasgow kiss in last year's World Cup Final after the Inter defender slagged off his family.
However, the Eastern European, who had a four pound weight advantage over lOst 41b Brough, lost control in the second session and dropped a blatant Glasgow Kiss on the Scouse star, which ultimately left him nursing six stitches over his right eye.
Samantha has previously directed three short animated films, including Glasgow Kiss and Doubled Up, for Channel 4.
SIR - When I was growing up in Swansea in the 1960s the favoured term was not butt, headbutt, nut, nod or Glasgow kiss but 'put the head in', as might be heard in the following conversation: 'So what ew do then?
So from the threat of a Glasgow kiss, a lasting musical affair between Alex and Munich-raised Nick was forged.
But Glasgow Kiss (BBC1) doesn't seek to excuse its cliches.
Equalities Minister Lynne Featherstone slams female genital mutilation GLASGOW GUY Lost leader Charles Kennedy won a standing ovation, with a sparkling speech that put ministers in the shade GLASGOW KISS Outspoken Lib Dem peer Lord Oakeshott failed to turn up for a fringe debate, despite being the star billing WICKED WHISPER Lib Dem President Tim Farron has surged ahead in the vote of who punters would most like to go for a drink with.
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