Growth forecasts were wildly optimistic, targets were missed and we're still in the doo-doo
LIAM Fox - who claims once to have stepped out with Natalie Imbruglia, though she indignantly denies it - is in deep doo-doo
It would be awful to think that she was in deep doo-doo
Which is about as romantic as a pile of cat doo-doo
This computer-generated amphibious Jedi sidekick stumbles around in bell-bottoms speaking in an often unintelligible Jamaican patois, supplying strained ``comic relief'' by stepping in alien doo-doo
and making jokes about flatulence.
Boris Johnson has stepped into the Hyde Park row, and hopefully the Hyde Park doo-doo
, and urged Westminster council not to ban gigs.
And while The A Team, in which he played Face, was a pile of steaming doo-doo
, here he makes amends with a slick and intelligent comedy drama, also starring Robert De Niro.
And as fans of the greener home improvement shows will know, the phragmites will also help filter water flowing through it -- no bad thing at Martin Mere, where thousands of feeding birds must leave one prodigous amount of avian doo-doo
But David Cameron knows they're DEFINITELY in the doo-doo
if they fail to persuade the ordinary voter that everybody is suffering together, that the burden of austerity is genuinely being shared.
You know he's in deep doo-doo
when he's being given advice by that former self-confessed "binge-drinking" ladette Sally Bercow, wife of the Commons Speaker.
The rich know the country is in deep doo-doo
because many of them caused it.
But when it comes to script and storyline, it's deep only in the doo-doo
When a club's biggest asset is the manager who took them down, you know they're in deep doo-doo
I think of it now as a science-fiction movie, like 'Doo-doo
When bookies start betting on your successor while you're still in a job you're either in deep doo-doo
or Mark Hughes.