A I can only find a listing for The Old Groaner
singing Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi on Brunswick 04738.
I've yet to meet a home groaner
who was desperate for a job cleaning toilets but was done out of it by some pesky Pole or other "bloody foreigner".
Other awards went to Gwyneth Dunwoody, the Labour MP for Crewe and Nantwich, who was Oldie Battleaxe of the Year, and to George Melly, the jazz musician, as Oldie Groaner
of the Year.
We probably shouldn't add to your pain, but we are about to unleash another Christmas groaner
THIS week your sleuth found his game in the Garioch, home of the Groaner
The song also appeared in Blue Skies ('46), again with Bing and Fred, so it's no wonder we always associate The Old Groaner
with the classic Irving Berlin song which could bring tears to a glass eye (MCA 111).
By the time the sky began to lighten, we had worked in close to the groaner
Whether for the hardcore wrestling fan or casual grunt 'n' groaner
gamer, it promises to be the most fun you can have without strapping on a neon leotard.
A John Wilkes Booth gag in reference to "Lincoln" was a bit of a groaner
, perhaps intentionally, while MacFarlane relied on his alter ego, the cuddly teddy bear from his directorial debut "Ted," to make a crack about a post-Oscar orgy at Jack Nicholson's house.
Wilson's novel about computers gone mad to be a work of Proustian sophistication, but the real surprise is what a groaner
It can be a witty one-liner or a satirical comment through to a Knock, knock-style groaner
, we want to hear them.
What the England people like about him as well as his versatility is he is not a moaner or groaner
, even when things are not going right for him, and that he is a low-maintenance player who is never any trouble.
The biggest groaner
in the book is Santorum's section on good versus bad culture.
That's exactly the essence of it, take Batman seriously,'' says ``Begins'' director and co-screenwriter Christopher Nolan, whose concept for a dramatic origin story won out over several others to revive the lucrative movie franchise that the reviled ``Batman & Robin,'' with its benippled Batsuit and groaner
Arnold Schwarzenegger lines, all but demolished in 1997.
Only at one point in the original film did crowds erupt into applause, cheering, and laughter: not when the monster was vanquished at the end, not when he trots down the Ginza, not even during some of the groaner
moments of weak special-effects work, but instead when Godzilla sashays through the Diet Building.