not afraid to belt it

• BELT OUT (verb) The verb BELT OUT has 1 sense: 1. sing loudly and forcefully Familiarity information: BELT OUT used as a verb is very rare.Well, I’m not afraid to have a good time. My office party was a smash hit.

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holiday shopping sucks.

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something for your burger king

Burger King has something hot for you burger lovers this holiday season. Body spray that will make you smell like a whopper!! Despite eliciting “universal disgust,” the new Burger King FLAME™ body spray has sold out at all Ricky’s locations AND on the website! Grub Street comforts frustrated FLAME™ consumers with news that it’s being sold on eBay for $76 (and rising).[more]

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totally wired

Today I got the new issue of Wired Magazine. Yahoo!! The cover article is titles ‘The Truth About Cancer: Don’t try to cure it. Just find it.”. Looks interesting! There’s also an article about Obama & a smarter plan for tech and science. Looking forward to sitting down to read it over the holidays!

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