"It leaves us with a bad taste
because the end was already close," Goal.com quoted Sanchez, as saying.
The Liberal Party, however, issued a statement assailing the joint celebration, saying it 'leaves a bad taste
in the mouth.'
Tesco card joke in bad taste
ONE can be most upset, on behalf of Welsh children, on spotting the Christmas Card on sale in English branches of Tesco, to imagine them taking the message "Let's .....
Perhaps a bit in bad taste
(no pun intended as I'm sure it's delicious) but still just a joke.
But those trews weren't just bad taste
. They were specifically selected bad taste
The dance battles were led by Bad Taste
Cru and supported by Battle Lions Crew, and showcased a variety of energetic hip hop moves, street dancing and break dancing.
Indian film director Kabir Khan, who was in Pakistan recently to attend a marketing seminar, had to face shoe-wielding protesters at the Karachi airport, which left a bad taste
in the mouth.
There follows a series of bad taste
jokes, gross-out setpieces and some increasingly inventive ways to slay the shuffling hordes before a climactic splatterfest that would make even Sam Raimi hurl.
"Unfortunately yeast often suffers damage to its structure at these high temperatures and this damage gives the beer a bad taste
Please indulge me a fantasy that is probably in bad taste
: I would like to think that the Charlie cartoonists died laughing.
Her dip was part of a Bad Taste
day during which staff and pupils dressed up to look their worst.
Billy Wilson, boss of the gruelling Tough Guy event in Perton, Wolverhampton, has been accused of 'bad taste
' for using the names of bloody battles and even gas attacks at this Sunday's challenge.
It stands accused of exhibiting bad taste
by displaying the joke gift, which comes in an IRA-style balaclava tea-cosy, near a new art collection examining the brutality of war and desire for peace.
A MISGUIDED simpleton from Manchester has just been jailed for his bad taste
T-shirt, the subject matter relating to the two policewomen murdered by another village lunatic.
And 71 per cent - both young and old - think bad taste
in Britain is worse now than five years ago.