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
Mark Rosenbaum of the American Civil Liberties Union got it right when, in a Freudian slip
, he summarized his argument as ``the strongest case that has ever been in this circus.
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.
In clearly a Freudian slip
of the tongue, Davis now regularly refers to the state water agency as California's ``DWP''- Department of Water and Power.
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.