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randy

adjective (slang) Referring to a state of heightened sexual interest or sexual arousal.
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When I look back on my formative years as a bowhunter, there were only a few people who had me hanging on every word, and Randy was certainly one of them," said Eddie Claypool, fellow BOWHUNTING field editor and noted DIY bowhunting expert.
Randy recently served as the magic consultant for the show "Elementary" on CBS.
Randy the caged Casanova gained worldwide fame for his exploits when he escaped into a pen with 100 females - and the rest is history.
Fox also mentioned that Randy would always be part of the Idol franchise and that he's welcome to visit anytime.
Last fall, Randy was hunting that same stand when friends in camp brought up the inevitable topic of moving, Just as he began to pitch them on the idea of being patient and staying put, the groups host, Jay Verzuh--who typically agrees with Randy's "just stay put" philosophy--announced that he was already planning to move one of them the next day.
Randy describes five-easy lessons to success in the book, "My Life Among the Gringos.
The search for a long-lost love, the enduring question of whether one can ever truly go home again, and building community between different cultures are all matters that concern Randy in his search for wisdom.
While caustic X Factor panelist Simon Cowell has constantly sniped about Carly's performances, Randy continues to heap praise on the tattooed starlet - sparking jealousy among other contestants.
Actor Randy, 28 - son of legendary Charlie's Angels producer Aaron Spelling - told new US reality TV show Sons of Hollywood he and Paris, 26, were teenage lovers.
My father grew up during the Depression and he didn't like to borrow money," notes Randy.