Just put it on the stain, leave for a few minutes and sponge off
It's easier to sponge off
the rest of society, rather make the effort to earn a living for themselves.
No, hang on, I mean coming here to sponge off
our health service because they're all so unhealthy.
These were written as parodies of working-class Britain but taken seriously by the nation who did indeed echo Alf's beliefs that "bloody foreigners come over here to sponge off
us", homosexuals are all "poofs", and women's lib "a load of b***".
Somebody told him I worked with Paul and he said, 'You sponge off
You are paying for all of the people who do not work, have never worked, never intend to work and sponge off
They would flock here to sponge off
the "easy touch" welfare state.
The Tory and Labour coalition will demand a change in the law so that would-be immigrants no longer sponge off
Why have British lives been lost freeing these peoples countries, only for them to come to our shores and sponge off
the British people.
Growing beside this largesse has been the notion of entitlement, that ingrained belief that even those who have contributed nothing to national coffers are entitled to sponge off
the rest of us.
However, those who sponge off
the state by claiming incapacity b enefit in a fraudulent manner not only create extra expense for the taxpayer, but give genuine claimants a very bad name.
I blame the Government for making it so easy for them to come here and sponge off
Arrogant Hamza says he has been happy to sponge off
an "infidel state", adding: "It's crumbs against what you take from our countries.
Watching the debauchery is Apemantus, the only one who refuses to sponge off
Timon's generosity, played in show-stealing style by Richard McCabe.
Then sponge off
with cold water until the stain disappears completely.