Yes, Shirley Temple did have dimples. She is known for being a child actress who was famous for her smile, curls, and beautiful voice.
The meaning behind it, is being polite.
this song is about being in a relationship with someone, and not being sure if you are in it for the right reasons, or is it just someone to fill the void.
Look behind you, and see if there's always someone there.
its about being best friends with someone but being in love with them and trying to hide it
being bit or someone they know got bit
It means they are new at something, inexperienced, or naive. See the Related Link."Wet behind the ears" is an idiom refering to "being born yesterday" or being infintile in that someone doesn't know anything. So if someone says, "You're still wet behind the ears," they're telling you that you're uneducated.
In China, Vietnam and Japan, for instance, there is a superstition that if talking behind someone's back causes the person being talked about to sneeze; as such, the sneezer can tell if something good is being said (one sneeze), something bad is being said (two sneezes in a row), even if someone is in love with them (three sneezes in a row) or if this is a sign that they are about to catch a cold (multiple sneezes).
You can feel that someone is behind you and some people put secret cameras on their back
Waves of air that would normally be in front of the aircraft are suddenly pushed aside and behind as the aircraft flies faster than the sound waves ahead and it's the air being forced behind that causes the boom
You can't actually make dimples deeper, but you can give the illusion of them being deeper by using a dark shading make-up or powder. Apply the darker color in the dimples, but use it sparingly or it will look fake, and a bit odd, too. You should practice a few times to get it right before going out in public.
When someone is referred to as a political puppet it just means that they are really answering to someone behind the scenes and making sure that his/her agenda is being carried out.