She said: "Sure honey, it's great to have the money and go to the premieres and all that lah-di-dah
With busybody Norris permanently attached to a watering can, and having already clashed with Gail in pursuit of the first prize, his friend Scary Mary has some alarming news about the sudden horticultural efforts of lah-di-dah
Then the only disturbances would be the Rovers' lah-di-dah
landlady Annie Walker rattling her jewellery or battleaxe Ena Sharples plopping her dentures into a glass of water.
He laughs at his lah-di-dah
accent which happened as a result of his time at public school.
But he will be a friend to all the lah-di-dah
Newmarket trainers and his monied background, public-school breeding, and plummy voice are our passport to the world of privilege which dominates racing.
She spent years persuading lah-di-dah
companies that her brand of holistics could unblock the energy channels of employees.
She is a stuck-up old bat with the lah-di-dah
pretensions of that legendary grand dame of the Rovers Return, Annie Walker, mixed with a malicious streak that would make Anne Robinson shudder.
The hoity-toity Slater sister Belinda turns up for Zoe's party in the Vic and gets all lah-di-dah
with her credit card.
44 The Speaker sacked his secretary for being a "typical Sloane Ranger with a lah-di-dah
accent" whom he was convinced voted Tory.
We were mainly beaten by lah-di-dahs
in white vests and plimsolls.
I don't like the lah-di-dahs
who hunt them, but that's my class war problem.
Talk about gentlemen's game played by louts; more lah-di-dahs
than louts if you ask me.
Even Denise Robertson on one occasion last November referred to "a few lah-di-dahs
hopping about in red coats" ( her words.
If all this Parliamentary time is being given to stopping a few lah-di-dahs
prancing about in red coats without benefiting the fox, surely MPs could make better use of the time?