A very famous crea- tive told me after we won gold at Cannes that 'today you've tasted blood
, which is great, but you know what, you're going to keep on coming back for it'.
The part of us that was left over from when we tore at each other with teeth and claws and only stopped when we tasted blood
We didn't expect to win back to back general championships, but we were preparing to do it again, cause if you have tasted blood
, you will want more blood," Reyes said.
Dogs that have tasted blood
, they say, have to be put down before they become murderous monsters.
Many of Cameron's back-benchers have now tasted blood
and there is no guarantee they won't defy the whips again.
Our society has tasted blood
and the pictures of someone getting shot on TV became a non-event.
THE Congress has tasted blood
by driving a wedge between the Opposition parties in the buildup to the presidential poll.
But having taken to the gun and tasted blood
, the Maoist cadres will continue to kill.
The home fans tasted blood
, but a solid Ospreys defence held out and Munster fell to their first defeat at home to a Welsh side in over six years.