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Lolita

An underage girl (i.e., a legal minor) who has sex with older men.
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There is a one in 10 chance of having something stolen from your garden, say researchers, which should be no surprise as Brits are expected to spend pounds 4 billion on plants, arbours, greenhouses, benches, decking, patios, garden furniture, barbecues and tasteful statues of naked Greek nymphets this year.
Humbert hints at his narrative goal from the early pages of the novel, as he evokes an "intangible island of entranced time where Lolita plays with her likes" (17) and fashions his writing as just such an island, where Lolita can live out the prescribed role for nymphets and himself: "Let them play around me forever.
Co-stars Jessica Alba (as a feisty ICE agent who allies herself with Machete) and Lindsay Lohan (boldly east as a drug-addled, oversexed nymphet) provide a fair share of the latter, while Michelle Rodriguez (leader of an underground movement to protect undocumented Mexicans) generously contributes to a running gag about Machete's irresistible appeal to every cutie he encounters.
The law sees it no differently if a teacher has been seduced by a scheming nymphet like Kerry.
We have Alice, the frumpy, boringlyorganised, overweight wife of Guy, a highpowered, sex-starved ad man who has a passionate affair with nymphet Peanut.
Blonde nymphet Buffy Summers, alias Sarah Michelle Gellar, has been slaying her way through a few TV series now, staking out the undead.
Halfdan's newfound home in Japan seems to be just such a place - from the divine sex with his chance nymphet to the ecstasy of hot-tub back-scrubbing.
Dominique Swain is disturbingly terrific as the manipulative nymphet who unleashes her teenage hormones on the "helpless" stepfather (Jeremy Irons).
BV caught CH canoodling with nubile nymphet, Perky Jezebel, and alleged loyal pal, Jubilant Starlet.
Such public displays, in uniform no less, were hazardous.) A third sailor turns his head toward the lens, but his eyes slew sideways to the laughing nymphet.
Blonde nymphet Currie (Fanning) is recruited for her looks, with signature song "Cherry Bomb" written on the spot when she shows up with Peggy Lee's "Fever" as her audition rather than the song assigned by Suzy Quatro (the Runaways' only real grrl-rocker model then).