Late October is a great time to go on the hunt as the chestnuts are at their ripest, but make sure you take thick gloves - the shells are pricklier
than conkers and will puncture even the toughest of hands.
You might find yourself being a bit pricklier
this week, but that is unlikely to show today.
Yet you can find yourself in a pricklier
mood than usual, and may prefer to find space for yourself.
DILEMMA: You shave one day and it seems like your legs are pricklier
than a cactus the next.
It's taglined 'every rose has its thorns', which means even a chastity group member like high school student Dawn (Jess Weixler, pictured) might be pricklier
than she looks.
Sadly, discussions of the pricklier
issues of law, terrorism, and security rarely follow a cool, pragmatic approach.
Susan Hempel has reduced a complex story to an account of admirable lucidity, and has contrived to negotiate the pricklier
scientific thickets with maintained readability.
Residents who live along Mulholland Drive are pricklier
than thistles about their median mess.
Keane, in his twilight years as a player, has become pricklier
than a carpet full of pine needles, but because of a series of injuries in recent seasons he seems to be bristling off the pitch rather than on it.
With only a few days left on Kerr's current deal, and the man himself becoming pricklier
by the day, the absence of Roy Keane, Andy Reid and Clinton Morrison was almost forgotten.
I'm already being a lot pricklier
than they expected.