The outdoors bewilder him
The fact I can still airplay from my old iPhone 3GS bewilders me 😅
“I have covid. Food on the trunk.” This shit bewilders me and I just can’t get over it.
"There are those who see the truth among the blind and the bewilders!" Turkey, 1940s
When you leave such fat rebounds that it bewilders the other team and they skate right past them.
UK lockdown shocks and bewilders Frasier Crane
Hi, Phil Swift here with Flex Cauldron! The super-strong hexproof cauldron! That can instantly brew, bubble, bewitch, and bewilder!
Nazi graffiti in wilderness park bewilders locals
this post seriously bewilders me
We can make this the top Google search results for "Rhombus" to utterly bewilder children learning their shapes...
R.I.P Valka's Bewilder beast......
Claude's creativity never ceases to bewilder me.
Molecule 2, the thing that started my affinity towards the art of rearranging 52 pieces of air-cushioned paper, normally used in games of cards and magic of cards, in a fanciful and bombastic manner as to bedazzle and bewilder onlookers and the like. Oh, and a couple of variations I learnt as well. v.redd.it/n7doe588kfp41
The scrill and the bewilder East
We all know what “Volvo” means. Let’s bewilder r/all!
The Boomer mentality never ceases to bewilder me. I know plenty of us started working after we turned 16. I got my first/current job at a movie theater at the beginning of this year. Plenty of teenagers work there or in retail as well. Just because we're teenagers doesn't mean we shouldn't get paid.
Voidlinoid - A CR 5 aberrration that bewilders its prey with visions of their loved ones.
Kpop fans never fail to bewilder me
What does not bewilder and annoy me can only make me stronger
Bewilder your enemies with unpredictable maneuvers.
Questionable dad-dancing bewilders security guard
"That is what all these pictures express, this ELITENESS which, on the one hand, embarrasses the intellect and, on the other hand, bewilders the same intellect and moves it to tears."
"The rise of this blusterous man bewilders the educated among us, conjoins opposing politicians, agonizes our international allies, threatens minorities, spits on the disabled, and touches the hearts of those who just don't know any better." - Liselotte Hübner, 1929, Germany