Editor's Note: Maybe that was a Freudian slip
for wanting to see Jupiter 3,600 times closer up
The hilarity in the Commons on Wednesday when he claimed he had "saved the world" - a Freudian slip
if ever there was one - shows this man is simply dysfunctional and should go .
Nowhere in my letter did the words pathetic and programmes occur, so is this, perhaps a Freudian slip
on your part airing your own prejudices?
After many years of studying psychology, I realise now this could have been a Freudian slip
, as boys were never asked to go shopping as this was considered to be female only territory.
resulting in an assemblage that will get your rhetorical ducks in a row and probably save you from a Freudian slip
Wente's observations-whether a Freudian slip
or not--came in her final sentence, "But the bang it (the pill) made was bigger than the atom bomb.
She responds to Lee's inquiry about a Freudian Slip
for his wife by telling him it is 'a Nietzsche of the market we are looking to expand,' (boom, boom
As long as it wasn't a Freudian slip
, we can overlook it.
Mr Sargent later described the blunder as a Freudian slip
Never forget that a Freudian slip
is when you say one thing but mean your mother.
A Freudian slip
, in fact, because he really fancies Sian himself and it does his case no harm at all to show Rob up in a bad light.