They expected me to go for a more cushy job
in a higher league.
But in this opener, although John Sergeant rides a historic railway that brought tea to the English (he obviously got the nice, cushy job
here), by far the most fascinating bit is when Dan, Anita and Robert tackle the crush load.
I think that's the ultimate prize for anyone who aspires to be a mainstream author and you know once there, there's no looking back," Kantaria, who quit her cushy job
of the Editor in Chief of a women's magazine in 2007 before 'trying her hand' at writing a novel.
The next time there is national outrage over a scandal we mustn't let them fob us off by offering a cushy job
to an old judge and promising a report.
I can now see why Russell Slade took such a cushy job
But these big award ceremonies - and I've only just scraped the surface with the ones I've highlighted - are laced with such a lot of fuss and money (not to mention red carpet); and it's all in the name of congratulating people who have already got quite a cushy job
, for doing their quite cushy job
better than everyone else.
CAROLA WIESE, A 31-YEAR-OLD GERMAN, has a cushy job
Far from being a cushy job
, he is faced with one of the growing concerns in Switzerland's tourist destinations: cold beds.
Since then, it has served largely as a cushy job
bank for the politically connected and a favorite cash cow for legislative tax-and-spenders.
A prison insider claimed Hughes had landed himself a cushy job
, saying: 'Hughes is getting preferential treatment, it has got up people's noses.
family groomed him for his cushy job
catering to the wealthy.
Egeston, who lives in Georgia, left a cushy job
in corporate America a few years ago in order to pursue his dream of writing.
Could you get me a nice cushy job
like watching the compass?
Sowell had a lackluster academic career and, as with Steele, landed a cushy job
at the rightwing Hoover Institution as compensation.
Trixie," which is being touted as an unlikely combination of film noir and screwball comedy, stars Watson as a down-on-her-luck detective who takes what she thinks will be a cushy job
at a lakefront casino.