Concentration is adversely affected by smoking with the gradual blocking up of the arteries and veins with gunge from cigarettes that starve the brain of oxygen.
The lips are painted over and over as tons of the red gunge dissolves, is eaten, licked off, absorbed.
Condenser boilers are more sensitive than older traditional boilers to sediment and general gunge flowing around the central heating system.
I had spent all my money caving in France over the summer and was trying to live on porridge, potatoes and some sort of powdered gunge that was supposed to provide all of the body's nutritional requirements when mixed with water.
The Royal Society of Chemistry yesterday launched a search for the most spectacular growth of green gunge to be found in a forgotten mug at work.
Not only do the have a tube that look like an artery from which they squeeze some disgusting, off-white fatty gunge but it also has shots of various people smoking and the same gunge is dripping out of the end of the cigarettes.
A small silence ensued, punctuated by the less than pleasant sound of gloop and gunge bubbling through poor Graham's sinuses.
You put bland milk in one end and gunge from the gates of hell erupts from the other.
This gunge makes your skin feel as if it has been swathed in silk.
The glass oven door was splattered with a mass of yellow and white gunge mixed with pulverised eggshells.