The sign held by a little girl in Elmira, New York: "When I grow up, I wanna be just like Gerry."
“Animal Crackers in My Soup” I JUST wanNA SQUEEZE HER AND LOVE HER FOREVER.
With The Stooges "I wanna Be Your Dog" playing in the background, Joan gives her a deep kiss.
But even once evil spirits start to dominate the film, wan remains largely committed to the classical approach.
"I wanna dedicate this book to my cock," declared Mark Wahlberg in the preface to his 1992 autobiography, Marky Mark.
The difficulties only seemed to increase her love, and she grew pale and wan, and looked miserable.
"Miss Porter'll tell ye about this wan," said Mike, diplomatically.
This wan didn't light at all hardly, an' there's a little wool fuzz stickin' to it.
There was a puzzled expression upon his wan, blood-streaked face.
The old man found the young wife whom he had left full of bloom and freshness, now wan and emaciated.
Old English wann "dark, lacking luster," later "leaden, pale, gray," of uncertain origin, and not found in other Germanic languages. The connecting notion is colorlessness. Perhaps related to wane.