For example in the Valleys it's V just not the done thing
Naff little figures on top of the cake are not the done thing
He revealed: "It would have been nice if someone had said something to us at the time but it was not the done thing
Costa, a chief wind-up merchant, flirts so close to the edge that it's inevitable he will step over the line of what is acceptable on occasion Stamping on Can and Skrtel is simply not the done thing
from any professional.
Tan has previously cited wages as being part of transfer deals which is not the done thing
in football, where initial attention is paid to fees so that may be something he has kept in mind since.
Playing international rugby in PE is like trying a rugby Test at Millwall - not the done thing
CRITICISING the Gurkhas is a bit like swearing in front of the vicar - it's definitely not the done thing
, especially as they have Joanna Lumley fighting their corner.
Subsiding businesses is not the done thing
in the United Kingdom any more.
There are various conventions - it is considered not the done thing
to shoot your neighbour's birds, his dog or indeed the neighbour himself although these things happen.
Propping up the bar is certainly not the done thing
as almost two thirds of people (74 per cent) said that they prefer to go somewhere they can get a comfy seat instead of fighting the crowds in packed out joints.
I KNOW it's not the done thing
to say anything against Saint Henrik but needs must sometimes.
It's just not the done thing
to give up playing for your country on a whim.
It was not the done thing
, and so he didn't ask me any questions either.
and w f That's not the done thing
for a jockey riding at eight stone.
This tactic of their director of football, former Brazil star Leonardo, of publicly suggesting a potential move for another club's player is not the done thing
, but then being obnoxious is something the uber-rich have always been good at, along with spending money.