You have no right to it unless you can afford it" [Anthony Trollope The Way we Live Now]"Love conquers all things; let us too give in to love" [Virgil Eclogue]"Love and do what you will" [Saint Augustine of Hippo In Epistolam Joannis ad Parthos]"Those have most power to hurt us that we love" [Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher The Maid's Tragedy]"My love's a noble madness" [John Dryden All for Love]"And love's the noblest frailty of the mind" [John Dryden The Indian Emperor]"Love's tongue is in the eyes" [Phineas Fletcher Piscatory Eclogues]"Love is only one of many passions" [Dr.
Johnson Plays of William Shakespeare, preface]"Where both deliberate, the love is slight;""Whoever loved that loved not at first sight?
Tim’s dark looks and simmering eyes capture Robbie’s heart at first sight. And who is that strange man in Robbie’s visions, who haunts his life and his dreams? His body erupted in goose bumps while a sinking feeling buried itself inside his stomach. Robbie was about to scream when something weird happened. Robbie moaned in pleasure as his member became hard and stiff. All of a sudden, a loud buzzing sound rang in his ears and he sat up.
Moreover, even if Tim is available, there are some people around him who don’t want Robbie to get close to him, and will go to ANY lengths to keep him away. The mysterious man covered Robbie’s body with his and Robbie’s heart stopped, feet going completely cold. It was already morning and everything had been just a beautiful dream.
However, the buzzing sound still continued and he looked around for the source of all of the commotion.
that the library officials, particularly former head librarian Susan Kent, did such a good job managing the library bond money that they built even more new branches and do more renovations than originally planned.
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This self-explanatory expression, often substituted by the equally common term cradlesnatch, usually carries an implication of a shine to To take a liking or fancy to, to be fond of, to have a crush on.
This colloquialism of American origin dates from the mid-19th century.
get under [someone’s] skin See IRRITATION.heartthrob A lover, paramour, or sweetheart; a romantic idol.
This common expression describes the exhilarating cardiac pulsations that supposedly accompany every thought, sight, or touch of one’s true love.
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