rumpy


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rumpy

1. overendowed with buttocks.
2. a variety of manx cat without any coccygeal vertebrae.
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Reyes, 62, began his more than 20-minute conversation with El Rumpy talking about an old flame--"La Italiana," he called her--from his days as a teenage "hippie.
Ever since, August books have had to measure up to The Jackal, and subsequently Jaws, which also had nervejangling drama, forensic attention to detail, the best assassin in the world (he'd eat Jason Bourne), rumpy pumpy, and a fickle twist of Amity Island fate.
ACCORDING to gossip, amateur jumps jockey Richard Burton celebrated his 30th birthday by having rumpy pumpy in the back seat of his car with his girlfriend.
POMPADOUR racecourse in the Dordogne sits in the shadow of a chateau that once belonged to Madame de Pompadour, who apparently got the deeds to the place simply by making `la bete a deux dos' (that's the beast with two backs, or plain old rumpy pumpy to you and me) with Louis XV.
With: El Rumpy (Roberto Artiagoitia), Daniel Munoz, Lorene Prieto, Ximenas Rivas, Patricia Rivadeneira, Pablo Montoya, Tamara Acosta.
Tonight millions will watch ITV's Victoria hoping for more royal rumpy pumpy between the queen, played by Jenna Coleman, and Prince Albert, Tom Hughes, both 30.
So if you tune into Sex and the Sitcom (BBC Four, 9pm) expecting to see lots of 'amusing' rumpy pumpy, then you're going to be disappointed.
99) Like her other novels this bonkers bonkathon is set in the Cotswolds, and there's plenty of rumpy.
Emma said: "I was offered Rumpy earlier in the season and has certainly proved his worth.
But nookie was a no-no for Mexico, Chile and Russia, who were all knocked out, while finalists Germany were warned no rumpy the night before a match.
The least we can expect of them is that they can check into a Travelodge without it automatically leading to illicit rumpy pumpy.