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wet through and through

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We're used to seeing Leonardo DiCaprio playing meaty roles in edgy movies but the actor has hinted he might go soppy for his fans by playing the heart-throb.
Let's face it, soppy Andre stopped being entertaining the moment he stopped being dreadful Jordan's hilariously henpecked husband.
London, September 7 ( ANI ): Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie may have built their reputations by starring in gritty movies, but deep down they are just a pair of soppy lovebirds, who refer to each another by affectionate nicknames.
Can it really be true that the outpouring of sentiment today, with chocolates and roses and soppy rhymes, came about because the Catholic church wanted to stamp out the unholy ways of the Romans and claim the season of love for themselves?
I know it sounds glib and a bit soppy but let's face it, random acts of kindness can make someone's day.
However, despite my failure as the perfect mum, she travelled miles yesterday to deliver flowers, soppy card and a cuddle - and not just because her brothers couldn't come.
Inspired by the Romantic trend, this design manages to remain strong and avoid being too soppy.
The soppy Essex boy could crack up and make a fool of himself over the closing stages, losing the respect of the voting public, while Amanda could be seen as an evil teasing temptress.
This may sound soppy and overly sentimental, but we share this planet with so many beautiful, gentle creatures yet we treat them appallingly.
Soppy songs, including Mariah Carey's Hero and Unchained Melody, will all be stamped with the rich Il Divo signature to delight audiences.
Like Someone in Love is an hilarious title for an Art Blakey album - what the powerhouse drummer has never leaned towards is the gentle ballad - but of course the title track of this August 1960 album is never going to sound soppy with not only Blakey pushing the beat but trumpeter Lee Morgan and tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter taking their own no-nonsense approach to the melody and its harmonies.
Alternatively you could just curl up the couch with a soppy film and a box of chocs.
They did both, of course, which is how the episode itself bade fans adieu: With soppy sentimentality and goofy humor.
Soppy I know, but it's all very frustrating - for them and for us
But soppy Sarah is so keen to confess that when vicar Billy approaches her with concerns, she's very tempted to spill the beans.