Nineteen or not, I think I'd box his ears
for being such an embarrassment.
Mr Ashley said: "I would love to get him in a boxing ring with a pair of heavyweight gloves on and box his ears
I bet I wasn't the only one on my sleepy street jolted from bed by his invective, nor was I alone in wishing I had the energy to march downstairs and box his ears
, especially since he was one of thousands of Euro-brats here on vacation with the express purpose of drinking themselves stupid on the cheap.
For the record, Berto would box his ears
off, but we'll just have to wait and see if it ever happens.
She knew if I'd found out about the way he was disrespecting her, I would box his ears
Brett Flournoy, undefeated light-middleweight: "De La Hoya is a good bet, but Mayweather will box his ears
Stepping down before the next General Election, Blair knows we will never get the chance to ballot box his ears
once and for all.
McCullough knows when USC plays host to Cal at the Coliseum, the last thing he wants is to give Ward a chance to verbally box his ears
with a Golden Bears victory.
If Khan can box his ears
off and knock the guy out, it would be a tremendous, stand-out performance.
Mick, 56, who kicked off the European leg of the Forty Licks World tour in Munich earlier this week, said: "I read about the party in the papers but I not going to box his ears