mind-blowing


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mind-blowing

adj.
1. Producing hallucinatory effects.
2. Intensely affecting the mind or emotions.
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If you've been seeing each other for under a year, you should still be having mind-blowing sex because the relationship is fresh.
I'm presuming the sex must have been mind-blowing between her and 22-year-old actor Stuart Manning, because why else would she embark upon a relationship with such a treacherous little no-mark.
The sex with both is mind-blowing, and it's clear that Allegra digs the primal power she holds over each person even as the whole fence-straddling thing confuses her.
PREPARE yourself for some mind-blowing aural stimulation.
Enter the Matrix, a mind-blowing video game-movie hybrid that ties into The Matrix's sequels, Reloaded and Revolutions, features a steamy lesbian smooch.
She is also the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Amazing Sex and Mind-Blowing Sex in the Real World.
Jackson (left) enjoyed some mind-blowing car chases on the streets of Liverpool in a classic Jaguar XJ6 Series III - with co-star Robert Carlyle rather taken by a Jaguar XKR.
But this tremor was caused by huge eruption of gas rather than mind-blowing sex.
Borchardt on stage, facing the academy, would have been a mind-blowing moment in pop history (has anyone ever imploded on live TV?
The dynamic Robert Battle's solo is a mind-blowing combination of electric boogie, balletic virtuosity, dancing on his back, and tiptoeing.
Whether diving into graphics-intensive creative projects, developing near-realistic simulations, maxing out battle settings for today's hottest games or experiencing a new era of gaming on the DirectX 10 games of tomorrow that will emerge with upcoming release of Microsoft Vista, users will have all the weaponry they need to dominate on Alienware desktop systems featuring the mind-blowing performance of the GeForce 8800.
Then there's Christopher Nolan's mind-blowing Inception, also available in amazing HD.