sloshed


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But it was down to dance teacher Billy Cullen to show us how it's done, with our definitive guide to getting Sloshed.
I was anxious to get this over with, my fears increasing as the captain and his crew sloshed buckets of horse blood and obscene chunks of raw meat into the water.
De Jong and his colleagues discovered that each of the 51 seiches in Rotterdam's harbor from 1995 to 2001 that sloshed higher than 25 centimeters occurred as a cold front passed through the area.
One might question the sense of showing SuperTed sloshed in broad daylight when parents are trying to settle the kids at 6.
Since then, MDT has sloshed around, remaining trapped between resistance and support zones.
In the clip a sloshed woman collapses the wedding tent leaving the bride with a bloody nose.
The amateur, 65, already sloshed at take-off, downed cocktails in the skies and got lost.
She got sloshed first, so both of them were steaming.
The couple have been dubbed the Welsh Posh and Becks - or Sloshed and Pecs after Charlotte's party habits and 23-year-old Gavin's super-toned torso
It was one of those miserable days when it was just pouring rain - can't remember which one, they've all sort of sloshed together now.
It triggered tremors in Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park and sloshed water in ponds in Texas and Louisiana.
The water at the bottom of the pipe sloshed, sucked, and gurgled gently the whole time, making it apparent that however sturdy they look, the foundations themselves have little upon which to rest.
The market tripped lower this afternoon as investors sloshed through the latest wave of economic news and earnings reports.