You see, I am the sort of color, as they say at the linen-drapers," that doesn't wash
Someone who doesn't wash
their hands before preparing food.
Sorry, it doesn't wash
anymore; this was nothing other than sheer laziness, a lack of personal responsibility and a dereliction of duty.
The suggestion that Dundalk could be financially recompensed doesn't wash
He said: "This nonsense from the National Chief's Council about most of our business done online, my experience is that just doesn't wash
with the communities.
The Bomber's' first defence brings brash American Flores to Merseyside with Bellew believing the challenger has changed his tune - swapping the trash talk that saw him land the fight with respect - and Bellew says that doesn't wash
with him and is preparing a punishing night.
People might say: 'What has he done in the game and that he took Middlesbrough down', but that doesn't wash
In the Inverness dressing room, though, silver doesn't wash
SWINDON boss Mark Cooper has done his best to play the 'we're the underdogs' card going into their trip to Bramall Lane - but it simply doesn't wash
Is a West Brom supporter who doesn't wash
his hands after he goes to the toilet really the best person to be deciding this stuff?
Not because Mr B doesn't wash
up; he does, more so than me.
Nick Clegg going on about tax reductions doesn't wash
, it gives a little and takes a lot away from those on low incomes, many of whom struggle to get by.
The "that's private" defence doesn't wash
for me, but even so, it's depressing that prying on your partners c o r r e s p o n dence is seemingly part of everyday life now.
While Kardashian likes to tan regularly, she admits she doesn't wash
her hair very often.
The argument that you can't have goal-line technology at all levels of the game, right down to Division Six of the Festival League, doesn't wash