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randy

adjective (slang) Referring to a state of heightened sexual interest or sexual arousal.
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They suspect that a child visitor may have placed Randy in the female pen by mistake and sparked his amorous adventure, which led to the baby boom in the spring.
The show is expected to look for a new mentor that would fill the post Randy just vacated.
So, let me get this straight," Randy responded with a chuckle, "You're sending me to stand on top of a platform that's three feet off the ground?
So, I found it difficult--even impossible--to accept that the last Friday in July was the last time I would ever see or talk to Randy His passion for life and all the things that mattered so much to him was over.
So far, Randy has refused to comment on the speculation which has also been a big talking point on an Idol fan website, votefortheworst.
But The Simple Life star still has a soft spot for Randy, whose father, creator of hits including Charlie's Angels, Dynasty and Beverly Hills 90210, died last June.
Throughout the 1970s and into the 1980s, Randy followed in his father's footsteps, using a series of newer and larger trucks to collect scrap to supplement his income.
class, and Randy was always the best athlete, so he'd pick that developmentally disabled kid first every time they played basketball.
When Randy started searching for a financial adviser, he was referred to AXA Advisors Vice President James Wright.
Not one to inflate himself or his research with hyperbolic pronouncements, Randy is nevertheless disarmingly quick-witted.