butterfingers


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someone who drops things (especially one who cannot catch a ball)

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Farida Williams, who started Butterfingers Cakepops from her home in the city six months ago, entered a prize draw at the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce's Business & Trade Expo.
The brands studied included Butterfingers, Chobani, Intuit, SodaStream and beats by Dr.
or perhaps a selection of strawberry creams, Snickers and Butterfingers.
That's why the cover is important, Even the best mechanics get butterfingers every now and then.
DAZE OF Z THUNDER The Hearts fans go crazy with joy as their heroes celebrate David Templeton's goal LIV AND LET Z FLY Reds hero Luis Suarez drills a low shot past MacDonald to send Hearts crashing out BUTTERFINGERS J Reds No.
There was a throbbing sense of dj vu at Anfield on Saturday, as Liverpool frittered away chances, struck the woodwork four more times and allowed two more home points to slip through their butterfingers.
There will also be a deli offering American treats including Grape Soda, A+W Root Beer, Hershey Bars, Butterfingers, Twinkies, BabyRuths and Pepsi Cherry, as well as Central Perk merchandise.
The tourists weren't left to rue the spinner's butterfingers, though, as the opener, when looking to hit over mid-wicket, presented Cook with an easy catch at mid-on.
Another short, Butterfingers, captures the banter between Fulton and legendary singer Kenneth McKellar, with whom he appeared in the famous Five Past Eight shows at the Alhambra in Glasgow.
In contrast to the Snickers and Butterfingers I could have been eating, it wasn't too sugary.
She said: "I was gutted when Rob Green let the goal in, what a butterfingers.
Toppings include a host of cereals, such as granola and Cocoa Puffs, as well as a variety of candy, including Whoppers, crushed Butterfingers, Skittles and gummi bears - a grand total of 56 topping options.
Skip," another word for "error," was named after a player with butterfingers who often dropped fly balls.
But he was the principal victim as Warwickshire's fielders were afflicted by an afternoon bout of butterfingers.
Spurs boss Harry Redknapp is desperate to replace butterfingers keeper Heurelho Gomes but Arsenal are also in the market for a shot-stopper.