Meanwhile, fresh fruit in the upper Midwest is darn, darn expensive - unless you go to Eisenberg's.
‘You darn a sock, dear,’ she said slowly and clearly, making sure he understood.
I don't expect you to darn my socks
Over the last few days Laoise had been in the camp she had made friends with many of the men, using her spare time to darn their socks and make them meals.
I thought about going into a course, but they're are either darn expensive or way too basic.
darn it all, Poppa
Nowadays, however, marriage afflicts everyone rather later in life, women aren't desperate to wed for economic security, and no one knows how to darn a sock.
he was a darn sight younger than Jill
And that's all thanks to what most people call the best darn thing ever; beer.
You can play with controllers, but it's so much more fun with the maracas - too bad they're so darn expensive!