bragging


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Each episode of “Total Bragging Rights” features a new set of best friends who compete against one another in competitive, contestant-generated challenges.
Additionally, tourism marketers when interviewed about destination choice also referred to bragging rights.
IN the Premier League, it's all about the bragging rights this weekend, if you consider the title of "least worst team in North London" to be worth bragging about, that is.
What's more, we'll send you a certificate to back up your bragging rights
Adnan Ghalib has been bragging the 26-year-old has "a baby Brummie in her tummy".
Lord West was accused of bragging after saying there had been a "dramatic improvement" in the UK's security since the Prime Minister took over in June.
He said: "It's something to brag about, but I'm not a bragging man.
I'm not bragging, but my doctor has more miles on him than a Peterbilt.
Who hasn't grown up hearing bragging in school hallways about killer parties, flirting with older guys, or getting cigarettes and liquor with ease?
The fans can have a good day because we've got the bragging rights after an important win
WITH THE EXCEPTION OF BRAGGING ABOUT APPOINTMENTS OF OPENLY GAY PEOPLE TO THE ADMINISTRATION AND SOME FEEL-GOOD WORDS, WHAT GOOD CAME OUT OF THE CLINTON YEARS?
People mention it once in a while, but all they can say is: "You're bragging.
Legendary baseball player Dizzy Dean once said, "It ain't bragging if you can prove it.
It's an arms war out there and the combatants are competing in many areas-- capacity, performance, acoustics (practically a non-issue), price (at the low end), and bragging rights.
Runners are notorious for bragging about low resting heart rates.