imagination went faster than the projectile, whose speed was evidently diminishing, though insensibly to themselves.
DEVOTED Mariela Helmsley splashed out more than PS1,000 on a giant bespoke birthday cake and goodie bags for overexcited
guests at a first birthday party - for her DOG
Not to say that the food isn't nice, the Jack Daniel's chicken burger is great and the cajun pasta is tasty too but it's nothing to get overexcited
So there's zero chance of us getting overexcited
A teenager discovers he turns into a sticky-palmed monster whenever he's overexcited
Why everyone is getting so overexcited
about this so-called kind gesture and act of kindness is beyond me.
The international human rights watchdog called on the UK government to take action and asserted that "instead of acting as overexcited
cheerleaders for Bahrain's woefully inadequate reforms, UK ministers ought to be confronting the awkward reality that these UK-backed institutions are seriously flawed and widely seen as a PR tool of the Bahraini government.
So what are you making of the reboot hosted by Dara O Briain and Angela Scanlon, with an overexcited
Jonathan Pearce in the commentary box?
Meanwhile, Luke is overexcited
about the thought of Maria's return to the cobbles and tells Kirk he's bought Liam an 'I love Weatherfield' T-shirt as a welcome home present.
Which eight-letter word, containing four vowels, means a noisy and overexcited
reaction to something?
With Klopp, right, hailed in some overexcited
quarters as the new messiah ahead of his first home game, an air of crushing disappointment settled around the stands.
But when it comes to the Championship playoffs, the final of which is commonly referred to as the richest game in sport, the money men are liable to get a bit overexcited