a little too much in English

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1. With a little too much whipped cream.

2. Ok, you've been burdened with a little too much matter.

3. Isn't this a little too much for collecting 2000 Won?

4. I was getting a little too much love from my fans.

5. Maybe it looks like a horse that's eaten a little too much.

6. Commonsense was never your strong point; but is a little too much.

7. And psychically speaking, I can't help feeling they carry a little too much excess baggage.

8. You can lose a job by wearing an undershirt or simply a little too much clothing.

9. This is what makes the show clever and transgressive, though the cleverness is harped on a little too much.

10. Attempt this in a gentle turn as well, and in a gentle turn with a little too much rudder.

11. A little too much wind, and everyone patting his hair back into place inside the door of the register office.

12. Was this the treatment Roman meted out to any female who presumed a little too much, grew a little too possessive?

13. While this sounds perhaps like a little too much freedom, this view comes with a rule for updating probability in light of new observations, known as Bayes theorem.

14. Doc: You think your wife's a nutcase because on your honeymoon in a tropical paradise she's singing a lot wanting to have sex around the clock and accidentally she got a little too much sun?