bellyful


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an undesirable overabundance

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After the therapy of laughter so bellyful I felt I was prepared for the final portion of the night, which would see me standing in front of the Mountain Stage for about four hours lost in the awesomeness of Television's and then the headliners Super Furry Animals.
It was Boro's third Wembley cup final in a year and, frankly, I'd had a bellyful of the place.
Tyrion) The ole lot's better wen yome bladdered with a bellyful.
The former MP's plucky triumph in the Bushtucker trial ensured campmates went to bed with a bellyful of grub.
With a squishy silicone body and a bellyful of electronics, the little swimmer flips and turns nearly as fast as living fish do.
I've got a bellyful of people that are using their organization to criticize the work that we do here so they can raise money to pay their own salaries," Williams said, referring to TPPF.
But the real reason I've had a bellyful from the veggies, as they rant on and on about health and food hygiene, is that they possess a questionable attitude towards human poo.
Am I the only one who's had a bellyful (pardon the pun) of this latest Americanism?
OF CHRISTOPHER death from cancer the world knowledgeable Sadly, his talents for the big C to unleash pity that all genius of unable Britain has had a bellyful of liberalism in recent years and is crying out for a dose of a different medicine.
I've had a bellyful and the 'For Sale' notice is up.
The walk up to this gorgeous old building indicates your sporting pleasure will be spent in the company of youngish males with a penchant for a bellyful of beer and quite possibly a fight.
After all they're fantastic all-you-can-eat-and-drink attire as the weight of the material and nature of the dress means they blouse out to hide a bellyful of sins
The Art of Overeating: A Bellyful of Laughs About Our Food-Phobic Culture" seeks to lampoon the radical diets and responses against obesity, by playing humorous devil's advocate as Leslie Landis encourages readers that while health is a good thing, completely avoiding the food you love isn't healthy either.
Well, if ECB threats come true, a bellyful of Twenty20.
E: Don't try any of your funny games on me, I've had a bellyful already.