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AS common as muck am I Can't hide it however I try I tend to say me when I should say my Then instead of I, I say a as in cat Now why the hell do I do that?
He continued: "All my dad's mates, all his welder mates, are common as muck and awesome working class.
He continues: "All my dad's mates, all his welder mates, are common as muck and awesome working class.
And ancient, too, if you complete the phrase as in: common as muck.
Truckers might not have burned itself into the nation's brain as much as William Ivory's best-loved series Common As Muck, but we can't wait to see what combination of men and motors he'll be sending down the road next.
I am really as common as muck so I was like a pig in clover" Actor Sir Derek Jacobi, who plays a lovestruck pensioner in a new TV drama "Well, no, I don't think a woman would want to jump around on the top of trains" Dame Stella Rimington, former director-general of MI5, when asked whether the next James Bond should be female
The central role will now go to his relative, DCI John Barnaby, who is to be played by familiar face Neil Dudgeon, whose past roles have included Life Of Riley and Common As Muck.
Mel B is talentless, has a mouth the size of the Mersey Tunnel, knows nothing about acting and is as common as muck.
CAREER: She has starred in Common As Muck, Absolutely Fabulous, several series with Harry Enfield, won a Cannes Best Actress Award for Nil By Mouth, played Martha in Mr Wroe's Virgins and Bloody Mary in the award-winning Elizabeth.
Lady V on the other hand may have had a privileged upbringing but she's as common as muck.
A CLIFFORD, Chester le Street Common as Muck AS common as muck, that's me Read this and yull agree A say a instead of i and me instead of my No matter how a try Then there's ave instead of i've No matter how a strive Of course there's also am instead of i'm A say that all the time Ther's ees instead of he's And shus instead of she's Ad stop it if a cud A really really wud But at least somehow it seems Am mostly understud.
It means no class, someone who is as common as muck.
I am really common as muck so I was like a pig in clover" - Actor Sir Derek Jacobi, who plays a lovestruck pensioner in a new TV drama.
But she went from Lady Muck to common as muck as Charlie's ex-wife Angela and looked totally out of place.
She made her name as chip-guzzling Waynetta Slob in Harry Enfield And Chums, and now she's hairdresser Sharon in Common As Muck.