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You will be getting too big for your britches,' said Faulds spitefully.
It's a handsomely-crafted period piece with heaving bosoms and straining britches aplenty.
Man of the moment Fassbender largely keeps his britches on, as a counterpoint to his no-holds-barred portrayal of a sex addict in Shame, while Mortensen oozes pomposity beneath a halo of cigar smoke.
Kids will have a blast flipping ants into Sponge-Bob's oversized britches in this edition of Hasbro's popular game: Ants in the SquarePants ($9.
Stipendiary steward Paul Barton said: "The jockey and travelling head girl took the cheekpieces off and the jockey got back on and stuffed the cheekpieces down his britches.
He is a gigantic muscle bound guy with a pony tail and dresses like George Washington in his britches.
Wallie Exercises" is an inspirational book for kids ages 4-8 about a couch potato dog named Wallie who has gotten (literally) too big for his britches through lack of physical movement (and oversnacking on unhealthy foods).
I listen to a lot of Pete Seeger, The Punch Britches, Bela Fleck.
Always for the underdog; Leather Britches Smith and the Grabow War.
Both boys cranked those rods until their arms ached and their belts were pulling their britches off.
I was expecting Warren to put on his big-boy britches and come up and have his deposition taken like everybody else," Osborne's attorney Bud Whetstone of Little Rock said last week.
Oh and God forbid if our oily friends should decide to cut us off/We'd be standin' around with our britches down.
Companies lost their shirts and, in some cases, their britches.
Little Britches and the others in the series by Ralph Moody