She's completely let every child in Britain down, let parents down, everyone has been let down" TV chef Jamie Oliver "They don't want an old fart
like me" Veteran cricket broadcaster Henry Blofeld, 76, who says the BBC no longer ask him to commentate on fixed-over matches "I'm feeling fine and getting better.
I know I sound like an old fart
, but to just cast all that racing history aside is, I believe, little short of vandalism.
I'm an old fart
, and for six or seven years we've been mobilizing all the old farts we could.
Make the most of your wonderful youth, lads, because you'll be an old fart
propping up the bar before you know it.
If you're an Old Fart
, for example, I bet you're saying to yourself this very instant that you can't believe that this article of mine you're reading right now got into the Michigan Law Review.
Of course, it could just be that I'm an old fart
who doesn't understand the hip young things with their gender neutral lingo and Game Of Thrones beards.
I didn't want to become an old fart
," writes Kramer.
But that doesn't mean to say you have to be an old fart
sitting in the pub talking about what happened in the 1960s.
When I said he was becoming an old fart
, he bought some "trendy" clothes which looked ridiculous.
Call me an old fart
but I stopped watching cartoons when I learned how to use the remote control.
Lynam said he wanted to quit frontline sport before he was called an old fart
, and I think I will know when the time has come to hand over my microphone to my younger colleagues.
NICK FALDO went on route 66 around the Burma Road last night - then stopped to tell Sam Torrance: "Leave an old fart
like me out of the Ryder Cup.
LOOKING at those hilarious pictures which seem to confirm the widely-held view that Prince Philip really is an old fart
, I'm reminded of the story about a guest at one of the Queen's garden parties who was so overcome by a combination of nerves and champagne he supposedly let one go in the royal presence.
I am going to sound like an old fart
but it isn't as good as it used to be.