To see her put that chubby
little finger in the bowl, and then blow down the pipe to clear the tube, and, when she had done so, affect to think that there was really something in the tube, and blow a dozen times, and hold it to her eye like a telescope, with a most provoking twist in her capital little face, as she looked down it, was quite a brilliant thing.
There was the superannuated bank clerk, Tim Linkinwater's friend; and there was the chubby
old lady, Tim Linkinwater's sister; and there was so much attention from Tim Linkinwater's sister to Miss La Creevy, and there were so many jokes from the superannuated bank clerk, and Tim Linkinwater himself was in such tiptop spirits, and little Miss La Creevy was in such a comical state, that of themselves they would have composed the pleasantest party conceivable.
In the trap sat the chubby
, tightly belted clerk who served Ryabinin as coachman.
His chubby, smooth, innocent appearance was a reason for his being always treated with condescension when he was not put down.
Two or three times during this short address, the cherub addressed had made chubby motions towards a chair.
Benjamin Allen; and while the boy in the gray livery, marvelling at the unwonted prolongation of the dinner, cast an anxious look, from time to time, towards the glass door, distracted by inward misgivings regarding the amount of minced veal which would be ultimately reserved for his individual cravings; there rolled soberly on through the streets of Bristol, a private fly, painted of a sad green colour, drawn by a chubby sort of brown horse, and driven by a surly-looking man with his legs dressed like the legs of a groom, and his body attired in the coat of a coachman.
The old lady nodded the satisfaction which this proof of the surly man's foresight imparted to her feelings; and the surly man giving a smart lash to the chubby horse, they all repaired to Mr.
Pickwick, clearing his voice, and looking towards the man of few words with the surly countenance, who drove the fly with the chubby horse.
face, and his haggard, angular visage were both turned up to the cloudless heaven in heartfelt entreaty to that dread being with whom they were face to face, while the two voices -- the one thin and clear, the other deep and harsh -- united in the entreaty for mercy and forgiveness.
Such a fresh, blooming, modest little bud, neighbour,' said Quilp, nursing his short leg, and making his eyes twinkle very much; 'such a chubby
, rosy, cosy, little Nell
With Boro catching the eye of the television producers this year, they've been on the box three times in the last three weeks, Chubby
can cast an eye over Boro even if he can't make it to the Riverside.
Cheeks Nursery denied having anything to do with the rumor.
Appearing on the Graham Norton Show on BBC1, he said he only goes to the gym occasionally now, adding: "I got out of the bath the other day and Harper said, 'You're so chubby
, but I still love you'.
Filled with real photos of the original Chubby
Wubbles, this delightful pet story is told from the ferret's viewpoint.
Last month charity Gorditos de Corazon - Chubby
Hearts - took Juanita to see specialists in the capital Bogota.