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He said: "Securing the exclusive partnership with the Nooky range we knew we might experience a similar reaction when we launched the range.
Eventually she'll always concede defeat and admit that quitting meat is like a nun knocking nooky on the head.
Yes, that's right--leaving the best to the last--strangely a little nooky the day after a heavy drinking session can be invigorating.
If I ended up in a shelter and my girlfriend didn't do a thing to help me get out, not only would there be no more nooky for her, but there would also be no more roof over her head--because I would have burned it down.
In a collaboration with Bolton's Octagon Theatre the Yorkshire-based outfit are staging Lisa's Sex Strike, which they declare has the sub-title of: "No more nooky 'til the fighting stops".
Cut to London in 1989, where Blake is having some quick nooky with his wife, Kathy (Gina McKee), and their lovemaking is interrupted by dad's knock on the door.
(305.) See particularly Ann Scales, Nooky Nation: On Tort Law and Other Arguments from Nature, in DIRECTIONS IN SEXUAL HARASSMENT LAW, supra note 158, at 307, 309-12.
Even Unc has the forty-something Katrina to refresh his long dormant libido, enjoying her company without, as he explains to an incredulous Amos, any "'nooky knockin'" (218).
New and curious alliances create a loop: one end with flowing digital architecture, intellectually distancing itself from the architecture of the nooky, the particular, or the expressive.
The trouble with nooky is, unlike a good joke which can be endlessly enjoyed in the mind, sexual satisfaction demands disproportionate effort (ever wondered why seemingly fit middle-age plus men suddenly drop dead?).
She built a nooky camp and "Chicken" Stu soon had his feet under the table - albeit reluctantly.
He's used to doing his rounds and wanted a bit of nooky.'
He describes a visit to Hungary in 1960 and his insistence on meeting George Lukacs: "Lukacs had been seized and exiled after the 1956 revolution and now sat in his apartment above the Danube once again like an ancient high priest in civilian clothes, smoking Havana cigars." (144) And a visit the following year to Cuba "with a British left-wing delegation of the usual composition: a left-wing Labour MP; unilateral nuclear disarmers; a hardnosed, usually Party-line union leader, not without an interest in foreign nooky; the odd radical conspirator; CP functionaries and the like....
It precedes the word "queer." The films of the 80's, like No No Nooky TV, are lesbian films.
On the plus side, there also appears to have been--if the pulp novels from the '50s and '60s are valid chronicles--a lot of excellent, if furtive, nooky.