Addicted

Addicted may refer to:

  • Addiction (disambiguation)

Read more about Addicted:  Film, Literature

Other articles related to "addicted":

Addicted - Literature
... Addicted, an autobiography by Tony Adams Addicted, a novel by Zane. ...
Addicted (Saving Abel Song)
... "Addicted" is the debut single of rock band Saving Abel from their 2008 self-titled album Saving Abel ... The song is about a man who is "addicted" to a girl, either emotionally, or for the sex they have ... The original lyrics of the song are "I'm so addicted to all the things you do / When you're going down on me in between the sheets", whereas the radio edit lyrics are "I'm so addicted to all the things you do ...
ATB - Musical Career - Addicted To Music: 2003
... In 2003, ATB released Addicted To Music, which included hits such as "I Don't Wanna Stop" and "Long Way Home." The same year, ATB's first DVD was released, Addicted To Music DVD ...
Montana Meth Project - Television Ads - 2005-2006: Directed By Tony Kaye
... Tony Kaye's spots feature themes of meth-addicted teens' moral compromises and regret, and certain teens' false confidence that they can use meth ... Bathtub, Laundromat and Everything Else feature pre-addicted teens encountering future, addicted versions of themselves ...
Addicted To Spuds
... "Addicted to Spuds" is a song by "Weird Al" Yankovic ... It is a parody of "Addicted to Love" by Robert Palmer ...

Famous quotes containing the word addicted:

    For anyone addicted to reading commonplace books ... finding a good new one is much like enduring a familiar recurrence of malaria, with fever, fits of shaking, strange dreams. Unlike a truly paludismic ordeal, however, the symptoms felt while savoring a collection of one man’s pet quotations are voluptuously enjoyable ...
    M.F.K. Fisher (1908–1992)

    What a vast traffic is drove, what a variety of labour is performed in the world to the maintenance of thousands of families that altogether depend on two silly if not odious customs; the taking of snuff and smoking of tobacco; both of which it is certain do infinitely more hurt than good to those that are addicted to them!
    Bernard Mandeville (1670–1733)