By the time the case comes to the courts I would have died of boredom
And of a whale seen with a dead calf that may have been poisoned by plastic, The Grand Tour host wrote in a Sunday newspaper: "It may have been shot by a fisherman or died of boredom
SEP 16, 1979 THERE was a time when Italian football was so fixated on defence the game almost died of boredom
Indeed, the people have had no luck obtaining the "mantle" of the Revolution, and have nearly died of boredom
at its "chatter".
But in the time it takes him to do so, at least one person watching at home has died of boredom
Additionally, when a major change was suggested, it was endlessly discussed in committees until the suggestion died of boredom
Unfortunately, the film took so long to get to the point where they start remaking the films that I had almost died of boredom
(it may only be half an hour but the film is so dull up to this point that it felt much longer).
That small nugget of wisdom came to mind as I was sorting the shopping, musing about the weirdness of finding a dead gull in the street - a mate suggested it died of boredom
from living in Bangor
Quite frankly, if Britain had not been enriched by immigrants for the last thousand years the natives would have left or died of boredom
Formula One motor-racing almost died of boredom
as Michael Schumacher and Ferrari swept all before them.
Since EastEnders began, 99 people have met their demise on the show - not counting those viewers who died of boredom
Instead, I almost died of boredom
working in the office.
By then, the whole affair could have suffered the fate of cricket's World Cup earlier this year which went on for so long that it eventually died of boredom
Like thousands of visitors, they probably died of boredom
Second favourite is Lincoln but it's so dull the US coroner initially thought the President had died of boredom