twiglet

twiglet

(ˈtwɪɡlɪt)
n
a small twig
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NAME: Twiglet APPEARANCE: Not in colour SPECIAL SKILLS: Every cat has their own special quirks and tricks that make them unique.
Tonight's tasks include after being given jelly, Weetabix and a Twiglet, they must eat one, balance one on a pole and throw one into a bucket!
David Weatherby, 45, injured 25-year-old Alistair Griffiths - who described himself as being "built like a Twiglet" - with the blade.
World's Biggest Hips C5, 9pm Mikel makes Kim Kardashian look like a twiglet: her vital statistics are height: 5ft 4ins, waist: 40 inches, hips 100 inches.
She said that she's not trying to be a 20-year-old, size zero twiglet, adding that she was a 34-year-old woman.
On the back of a positive sample provided by Deakin's Watchfor Twiglet on October 3 last year (for which he was fined pounds 500) the GBGB emailed Betfair asking for betting information on the race.
Twiglet is obsessed with shoes - and particularly the insoles, which she is on a one cat mission to pull out of every pair she ever comes across.
Jane Henderson, senior lecturer in conservation, said the cannon was so covered when it was found that it looked like a giant Twiglet before work began to remove the crusty layers.
She added that she is not trying to become a 20-year-old size zero twiglet.
On one side, I looked like Popeye after a tin of spinach; on the other side, a Twiglet.
Without being too personal, she is no twiglet and this dress accentuates her curves in all the wrong places.
Gone from our eyes, but never our hearts, we miss you as much today as when our Lord called you home and said you did good Nellie, you showed them what love was all about, I am proud of youand now you have Twiglet to keep you company, I picture you both together and I smile.