Stephen King has referred to his own fiction as "the literary equivalent of a Big Mac and fries." The author's modesty notwithstanding, King's work has proved tremendously popular--and I daresay
, deservedly so--with readers of all ages.
Nonetheless, I daresay
Hague's been walking tall in his Y-fronts around the marital bedroom since the report came out, and has even winked at Ffion once or twice with a smug "we look pretty good together, baby" grin.
MSF (Manufacturing, Science and Finance) companies are, I guess, seeking premises in other EU countries and I daresay
the No 1 is Poland because as we all know very well (even if some don't like it) they are exceptionally hard working people.
And I daresay
that if Lewis Hamilton wins the F1 title, Andy Murray reaches a grand slam final, a Briton claims a track or field gold in Beijing or a British golfer wins a Major, Pendleton may be thwarted.
such action would also go a long way towards alleviating the ongoing problem of shortage of prison places.
he took advantage of the fact the roofers are in his big hoose in Edinburgh to have a wee break Down Under.
there are people who hate surprises, despise originality and always want to know exactly what they're getting for their money before the lights go down.
their supporters would have claimed exactly the same about bear-baiting, cockfighting and even witch-ducking in their time!
the amber monstrosity cost him the best part of a monkey, in which case it was the most compelling piece of evidence yet that footballers are paid far too much.
she hates the word with a passion but there's no escaping it - Meg Ryan is cute.
the programme will pass it all off as light-hearted fun.
You make your own luck in Test cricket and I daresay
there will be a load more dodgy calls to savour today.