Newlyweds caught in drag race

Newlyweds caught in drag race
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian newlyweds kissing on the backseat of their hired car were unaware their chauffeur was street drag racing, until a police siren broke their romantic bliss and ended the race.[Lees verder]

Wordsmiths, avoid these words..
CHICAGO (Reuters) – A “surge” of overused words and phrases formed a “perfect storm” of “post-9/11” cliches in 2007, according to a U.S. university’s annual list of words and phrases that deserve to be banned.[Lees verder]

Newlyweds caught in drag race
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian newlyweds kissing on the backseat of their hired car were unaware their chauffeur was street drag racing, until a police siren broke their romantic bliss and ended the race.[Lees verder]

Wordsmiths, avoid these words..
CHICAGO (Reuters) – A “surge” of overused words and phrases formed a “perfect storm” of “post-9/11” cliches in 2007, according to a U.S. university’s annual list of words and phrases that deserve to be banned.[Lees verder]