Sure, the big lizards might burn down the odd fishing village and gobble up a few fair maidens for elevenses - but they're probably a little narked
that blokes in armour are always trying to stick them with the pointy end of their swords.
It's long narked
me that houses and farms known by their original Welsh names down the centuries suddenly have English names imposed on them.
However, Ferguson is clearly narked
by the lshort break before today's 12.
I was thinking of holding a press conference at St Helen's town hall as I was that narked
If I was Jimmy Anderson or Stuart Broad, I'd be well narked
at that - and might have said so, too.
Since we last saw them, Rachel (Jones) has been in London on her Vice secondment, but neglected to stay in touch with Janet (Sharp), who's narked
He said: "I get a bit narked
with commentators who are ex-cops or retired cops flapping their gums about what they think is wrong.
Peugeots, Porsches, on patched up pavements parked, Beetles, Beamers and Bentleys getting pretty narked
The chubby singer was narked
that her self-congratulatory winner's acceptance speech was cut short by bungling presenter James Corden.
Maybe the home side was narked
by the dogged last-wicket stand between Clarke and Boyd Rankin which expited the monumental moment.
Ronnie and Donnie Galyon have so many obstacles to overcome each day that they've probably never had the time to get narked
about the fact their parents gave them rhyming names.
I understand he is narked
at the hostility at the Riverside.
Simon Wells, 32, one of the diving instructors behind the idea said the venue, to be called Club Narked
, replicates a feeling experienced by many divers.
I am very bitter and twisted and sore and narked
and angry and upset and everything else.
I feel very twisted, bitter, sore, narked
, angry and upset - and the players and fans feel the same.