guilt pang

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The lure of forbidden relationships seems to be more challenging and exciting, and they are doing it minus the guilt pangs. Now why would a socially unacceptable norm suddenly find acceptance among these successful, intelligent and smart women?
Could it be the guilt pangs of self-indulgent Caucasians?
I was feeling huge guilt pangs: he had never really let me down, and there I was, taking on a newer, smarter model, and enjoying all the pleasures of getting to know him; it was like getting a new boyfriend and everything that entailed - experimenting, making mistakes, fumbling my way around and gradually discovering my new paramour's capabilities, while still having the old man watching jealously and disapprovingly over my shoulder.
"You can literally eat it to your heart's content on a variety of foods, you won't suffer any guilt pangs, and your body will thank you."
"You can literally eat it to your heart's content on a variety of foods - you won't suffer any guilt pangs, and y body will thank you," he added.
WE'RE all acutely aware of global warming and more drivers are having guilt pangs about the impact cars are having on the world around you.
This is an issue that truly jeopardizes the sanctity of the family and ought to give every politician guilt pangs. But in the wake of the story, few voices of concern were heard.
The tasty ravioli entree was the typical Italian affair, but drowning in a rich butter-based sauce that gave us weight watchers guilt pangs. Unfortunately, the salad was a losing concoction that included little greenery and only bits of quail on top of couscous circles.
Q -Qualms Those annoying little guilt pangs you get during a fit of loneliness and self-loathing, when you comfort yourself by eating all the dog's chocolate treats.
The movie's heart is so clearly emblazoned on its sleeve that sophisticated lesbian and gay viewers may suffer guilt pangs if they find themselves shifting in their seats, rolling their eyes, or waiting politely for the house lights to go on before bolting up the aisle.
This gave him such guilt pangs that he risked life and limb in the gift-exchange mob the day after Christmas and blew $695, plus tax, to buy her a washer and dryer.
So those guilt pangs do visit me when the work demands take my attention off her when I am at home too.
And Lawlor, inset, says that he is unlikely to have any guilt pangs for mercilessly carving up his rivals with a 24-goalfest over two games that will surely have left the Whitehead men reeling.
As the time for advertising Fergus draws nearer, I'm starting to get a few guilt pangs about replacing him with a younger model.