After a “hot affair” on set, they set off together for a romp around Europe.
The reviled Batman gets a statue in the city hall rotunda, and orphan boys can romp in a great big mansion, unafraid.
“A romp in the hay can heal anything, at least temporarily,” says Krasnow.
But when their fourth romp together was in definite need of a jolt, producers took matters into their own hands.
What would be amazing: The legend of RGIII grows: he avoids concussion and explodes in romp.
She treats us all alike; sings when we ask her to; always ready for a romp.
On the other hand, the instinct to romp and play is less permanent.
A circle of 12-year-olds desisted from their romp to watch the sweet lady approaching them.
The startled Children ceased their romp and dared not move a limb.
Catastrophic noises resounded in the loft; volcanoes seemed to romp upon the stairway.
A fight, esp between street gangs; rumble (1960s+ Street gang)
: The gangs romped on Thursday