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I am pleading the cause of a woman, a woman I lurve, sorr--a noble woman--misunderstood.
"I lurve England," he used to say--"lurve England, but Puritanism, sorr, I abhor.
But this year she's already in the mood for lurve. In fact, she's absolutely quacking for it.
Only a few days after the Harry and Meghan lurve connection was revealed, her halfsister has already sold her out, claiming she's narcissistic, selfish, a ruthless social climber and didn't help out her family members when they were in financial difficulties.
A night of lurve on this channel as for one evening only, French Fred and his team open the doors of their restaurant to famous singletons who will be dining, wining and refining their best chat-up lines, while the world watches.
In truth, this tendency of British women to accept themselves as cheap meat, unworthy of delicacy, protection and treasuring, is sad, revealing that countless females accept crass male behaviour as their due, feeling only their nudity is fit currency to buy what they describe as "lurve".
Charli XCX's new single Boom Clap (out now) is all about falling head over heels in lurve.
Well-targeted Cupid's arrow aimed at watering the green shoots of instant attraction and hoping they'd blossom in 48 hours, ready for a Valentine's Day display of lurve.
The season of lurve is all spelled out--and it couldn't be any more amazing.
London, Oct 7 (ANI): Star model Naomi Campbell appeared to have shaved off her eyebrows as she showed off her age-defying looks for the cover page of the most recent issue of the 'Lurve' magazine.
Some are more deserving victims than others as the targets range from soul lurve gods through troubadouring songsmiths to the hip hop brigade.
Our top prize goes to the imaginative folk at the excellent Blue Reef Aquarium in Tynemouth for their series of 'lurve tours'.