I'm glad you don't drink now because you don't froth at the mouth
The geeks may froth at the mouth
when their beloved Mac is disparaged, but they never lose their sense of humor.
Innocent passers-by cower from the sound waves, elderly citizens are pinned against walls by the oscillation and helpless individuals like me froth at the mouth
at their inability to take action.
Whispering callers made 27 per cent of people froth at the mouth
followed by messages with too much detail which annoyed one in six.
Anybody who stands up for the American people as much as he does and gets the unflappable Cokie Roberts, Sam Donaldson and George Will to froth at the mouth
as much as he did must be onto something good.
Or has he finally been diagnosed DLT Positive (a disease which makes ageing DJs froth at the mouth
when they see the curtain descending on their mythical eminence)?
The Archbishop imm-ediately began to froth at the mouth
and accuse the CoI of attempting to steal Catholics.