TAKING THE MICHAEL
Moeen Ali is the toast of his team-mates after claiming the wicket of Aussie skipper Michael Clarke
TAKING THE MICHAEL
Hector could be back in a Dons shirt
Yet the PM still seems to be taking the Michael
out of them.
The final score was 5-2 to the Coldstream Guards taking the Michael
Sweeney Memorial Cup.
JOHN OSMOND, director of the Institute of Welsh Affairs' think tank, was dismissive of the Taxpayers' Alliance last week when they suggested that some AMs were taking the Michael
with their expenses.
He seems just the same, but he has always saved his best for the track and at home you're never sure whether he is taking the Michael
or he is getting old.
The aim of broadening human knowledge is worthy but examples like these are taking the Michael
out of a publicly-funded education system that was once the envy of the world.
Leeds United,West Ham,Wolves and Leicester are going to be coming to the Withdean thinking we're taking the Michael
As long as the action goes ahead, Bound can give Lucy Wadham a notable triumph by taking the Michael
Page Marketing Handicap Hurdle.
But the Kents are really taking the Michael
because they carry out no royal engagements and have a pounds 3.
And the high-flying singer still had no problems in camping it up and taking the Michael
out of himself on the old classic Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?
Which makes this Chancellor the George who is really taking the Michael
Even at that young age we wondered if someone was taking the Michael
but we duly wrote a letter to Mr Cosy telling him of all things happening at home.
However, we must condemn Stephen for so obviously taking the Michael
, and I dare say the local magistrates will probably be less than amused and only too happy to do so.
Therefore, I'm taking the Michael
Bell-trained TAPER TANTRUM to confirm placings, especially as it was his seasonal debut and will come on for the outing.