Tripe - You can keep your fancy schmancy
gourmet dog food.
Oh, well, what he doesn't know is that this costume gives me X-ray vision, and his fancy schmancy
suit is now crystal-clear and transparent .
After all, who needs all these fancy schmancy
stuff (so much for excellence) the less expensive option will do very nicely, thank you very much.
It is the wildest place in the Lower 48 and perhaps the closest thing to pristine that you will ever find: There is only one major road through it, there are no schmancy
lodges, there are no paved paths, and you can't pedal your bike on any of its hundreds of trails.
Skip the schmancy
restaurants and get lunch at one of the many cerveza, fish, and taco stands.
There is no fancy schmancy
, it's absolutely to the bone - rice, dal, vegetable, bread.
Ring it FORGET the fancy schmancy
digital phones, they do nothing for your interior design, and come over all patriotic with this retro union flag dial phone, PS49 from Very.
Electronica from Anne Fetamine, Fanci Schmancy
We are talking of course of the case of those residents on the rather schmancy
Golden Mile 1 to 4 on the Palm Jumeirah who were left without water for five hours because some residents had failed to pay up to DEWA (Dubai Electricity and Water Authority) service charges.
Thanks to a new chef, the cozy/ schmancy
corner bistro in Hayes Valley now serves a pyramid of supersoft pretzel buns with a healthy rub of garlic and a touch of thyme.
Then there's Top Chef Just Desserts, in which a humble, heroic baker held his own, challenge after challenge, against schmancy
Don't need no high falutin' gizzard wizard motorized volume pot, or an awgeewhiz remote--tho' that'd be a nice touch--or some fancy, schmancy
digital signal processing designed to remove the listener even further from the music.
Mitchell reckons he would lose cred if he kept taking the big salary and fancy- schmancy
car should he be seento be presiding over an organisation that started out with 12 clubs and somewhere along the way lost 10.
Understand that most editors and writers are drowning in press releases, but the key to standing out is not getting fancy schmancy
It's called outsourcing (a schmancy
'90s word for "I don't want to do it in-house").