This is purely a guess, but I imagine it's probably a play on a advert for ice cream or lollypops from the time. "Ices, sweet ices, they're lovely". Better to ask someone who was alive at the time.
meetme is basically someone saying Meet Me there
Joan Armatrading. Shame on some saying Sade!
By saying that he is the best friend someone can have in the world and he is very staunchest.
the movie is called funny -funny ha ha
When someone tags you...you have to make a video saying that you got tagged and say 5 facts about you then tag someone else ! but no tag backs! atleast i dont think
Yes, by saying this you are saying that and i can explain it but you are saying this -Martin Cole-
Just by saying it and be friendly o her/him.
Another word to explain that situation may be endurance.
just give someone u love a red flower or a red heart and feel so lovely while saying happy valantine.
What are Rose plant flowers use for.
By saying the word 'Britain' in a sentence?
When a man tells another man his girlfriend is lovely and is quality, he is saying she's a beautiful girlfriend.
he wants to throw a potato at you no he likes you
It would normally be 'he is saying', as you would only use 'he is telling' if the sentence is 'he is telling me how to do everything' or 'he is telling me a lovely story'.
Sir David Jason's character Del Boy from Only Fools and Horses said it and the phrase "Lovely jubbly" became an everyday saying throughout the country.
Yes, it does.
An easy way to explain to someone what you are is by saying what you do. Say if you love to paint, you can say you are an artist. Or if you love to play video game, you can say you are a gamer. There are many ways to describe yourself, even though a lot of people hate to admit who they really are. Another way of explaining what you are is by saying what your family history is, like your heritage, or what your beliefs are.