If it was all true, Lori was really messed up.
You messed up with the newspaper too.
I messed up a couple of letters and have to go back and change them.
If you're concerned about a messed up head, either shave it all off or comb over the scars.
It would have messed up everything.
She's nice and she loves me but she's really messed up and she knows it.
He'd messed around with Jenn only a few hours earlier and already felt the need to unwind again.
I'm glad he messed up and fell.
She told our neighbor Mildred she'd done something she regretted 'cause now she really liked this guy and thought maybe she'd messed things up between them.
They let us go off by ourselves for the whole afternoon while they messed around.
I went off to college and messed around some—did all the stuff you're supposed to do at that age—but when I came back home ten years later, Paul's wife had died.
I figured she might as well come back here rather than get messed up with the authorities again.
"You always assumed I'm the one who messed up," he replied.
"But he messed up and fell too far," Fred offered.
While helping Sarah prepare mimosas in the kitchen, she said, "I'm afraid Jackson may have messed with Deborah's head."
But the kids were pretty messed up.
I'm not jealous or something; besides, it's her life, but I know she's really messed up right now and she needs someone she can count on—and trust.
They would have to be approved, and nobody was going to release a child to someone as messed up as she was right now.
She propped it on the railing and tried to manipulate the box, wondering if dropping it messed up something.
The Xander who messed with her was gone.
Why are these Immortals and deities so messed up?
I went off to college and messed around someâ€”did all the stuff you're supposed to do at that ageâ€”but when I came back home ten years later, Paul's wife had died.
I'm not jealous or something; besides, it's her life, but I know she's really messed up right now and she needs someone she can count onâ€”and trust.
Potted shrimp hadn't been messed up with wasabi dressing or served on a tower of wilted bok choy.
Adam messed up the Garden, Jesus restores the whole cosmos.
The film is also infamous for being messed about by the studios.
Having been messed around by the village hall once again we had to change in the car park which certainly livened the senses.
middydid not sleep in a Hammock as other Middies, but messed and slept in the Captain's quarters.
She is visibly overwhelmed and looks absolutely hot in a red sequin ` devil ' style dress and her hair all messed up.
snap judgment that he was not to be messed with was spot on.
To relieve the tedium they messed about with a tennis ball.
Tonight I finally resolved the network connections (including a messed up setting on my laptop ), and ran yum again.
The snap judgment that he was not to be messed with was spot on.
Tonight I finally resolved the network connections (including a messed up setting on my laptop), and ran yum again.
Mention how pretty and clear the water looked before the sins messed it up.
If you want to be cool you can walk and fire, showing those terrorists that you're not to be messed with.
Not only are they free, it's also simple to get multiple copies if one of them gets messed up or there are a large number of children that wish to play.
I feel like I've messed everything up by being myself.
Flip flops: Brides who get married at the beach sometimes go barefoot or wear beach-friendly shoes like flip flops, which are not only made for comfort, but won't get messed up from sand and seawater.
If the bureau fails to respond during that time, it means that they either cannot verify the information, misplaced your request, or otherwise messed up and you win.
The accident did a hell of a job and the long coma and operations further messed him up.
He messed with it for a few minutes then reassembled it and placed it on the table.
I know I messed up, getting her pregnant and all, but I wanted to do right by her, and especially the boy.
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