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wet through and through

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How many times have you seen someone smiling soppily at some mutt humping a cushion and sighing ''ah, he's like one of the family''?
One of Juska's most lovable qualities is her oscillation between seriousness--she had a repressed childhood in a small northern Ohio town--and flat-out I-don't-give-a-shitness: The hymn "He Walks With Me," she writes, is "a soppily sexual love song to Jesus.
Act one starts out rather bumpily as Mona and Molly's good-old-days reminiscences cue a soppily sentimental flashback musical number.
DISNEY'S The Kid - as the title and posters of Bruce smiling soppily suggest - treads a fine line between the sweet and the sickly.
A group of B-list celebrities including Paul Daniels and Jimmy Hill croon soppily while standing on stage around a piano.
They have talked soppily about their great and unstoppable love and of Grant's three daughters who they claim they want to incorporate (neatly) into their picture-book lives.
David soppily repaid the gesture, whispering affectionately in her ear and pulling her in close for a hug.
Instead of smiling soppily and gushing "yes, wouldn't it be marvellous if they were all like her," the baronet looked horrified and, ever the pragmatist, replied: "I'm afraid that would never do-if that was the case, all you lot could train them and I'd be out of a job
His image as a serious football man has been seriously damaged by his liaison with Eileen Drewery, the spiritual healer who spoke so soppily of stopping Ian Wright from scoring in the World Cup qualifier in Rome for fear of crowd riots.
His sister, as soppily romantic as me, can't see the problems the pair of you could face.
Almost overnight, he's changed from being an evil drug-pusher and a a violent child abuser (he beat little Jamie on a regular basis) into a loveable rascal who talks soppily to his pet goldfish, and last week found himself on the receiving end of a thorough tonsil Hoovering from Mel.