Thursday, still no collection, so this obnoxious waste has been left in the heat of the day until goodness knows
Why would anyone spend 12 years of trials and goodness knows
what else creating and nurturing a honeydew melon that has the "zesty, fresh" taste of a lemon?
when the less enlightened are going to get the point of the Anne Robinson nonsense, the latest being Mrs M Roberts from Barmouth.
Millions of pounds have been wasted - the new Assembly building is a good example - and goodness knows
how much more.
She thus came up with silver-ion embedded, supposedly antibacterial sub way gloves, complete with an inspiring image of the Statue of Liberty (which has goodness knows
what crawling over its tarnished century-old surface).
And, goodness knows
, Roy Romer isn't going to take a pay cut.
After all these years, and goodness knows
how many expense-account miles, my think-bubble still fills with anticipatory asterisks and exclamation marks at the prospect of meeting someone new.
What twists this tale will take and what will be revealed or refuted, goodness knows
Designed by a young person with superb eyesight and no thought for Internet Explorer's extremely useful Text Size function, it's actually a pretty cool site and the low resolution of the too-small images was probably decided on more in the cause of speed than as a bar to students downloading the images and doing goodness knows
what with them -- as many name architects seem to fear.
And go figure: Taboo, written by goodness knows
how many queers, centers on a hetero love story.
I haven't seen a park keeper since goodness knows
what my hair will be like when winter kicks in
what the form is if he's just popped behind the damask drapes to open a window.
Burhouse Court, built in cast stone, having sent really good Yorkshire gritstone to goodness knows
You give me a statistic saying you haven't won here for goodness knows
how long and I see an opportunity to put it right.