Following my piece last week, a reader suggests that after Blair, Peter expects to receive the OBN (Order of the Brown Nose
Aguinis' 1998 survey of Cornell University MBA alumni showed that nearly 35 percent of employees brown nose
at least once a week.
Mrs Choccyface - she gets her name from her brown nose
- is the guinea pig with everything ...even her own bank account bulging with cash from her TV and radio appearances.
A decade ago it would have seemed as likely as Saddam Hussein shaking George Bush's hand rather than his neck, or Tony Blair emerging from his master's lair minus his trademark brown nose
HAVING, in recent weeks, forfeited any claim to the title of jockeys' apologist, and probably now having fewer friends in the weighing room than Dermot Weld has in Australia, I rest easy in the knowledge that I can stick up for one of our wiry friends without being awarded the dreaded OBN - the Order of the Brown Nose
Among fascinating anecdotes about his insecurity and fear of rejection at elections (occupational hazard for politicians, Peter), there is also a real candidate for an Order of the Brown Nose
When George Bush was in town, every day was Brown Nose
Day for Blair.
Lastly, in memory of the fawning media celebrations of the Queen's Golden Jubilee, the Brown Nose
Award goes to the entire Dimbleby family.
There were dozens of EastEnders and showbiz stars who sat and hoped they'd be asked to brown nose
darling Babs, or just sat and laughed politely.
Shamelessly hurling compliments in the direction of Minority Report's creators, he made a pathetic attempt to brown nose
his way to a new movie role.
Maybe next year you should stick to your Brown Nose
day with the junior Royals.
You even admitted it in your headline "Brown nose
So don't insult the best fans in the country because Pardew didn't kneel before you like most of the other Premiership brown noses
Oscar and Timothy wiggled their little brown noses
His targets on this occasion were blacks, Asians, persons whom he referred to as brown noses
and surprisingly persons who were then referred to as "spastic".