None of the Emperor's clothes
had met with such approval as these had.
Less than a hundred days into its tenure, India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is in a hurry to shed its assumed skin and wear its original emperor's clothes
It remains to be seen who takes over the emperor's clothes
, including that sharp suit, on Match of the Day next season.
The government gives thousands of dinars to advisors and consultancy firms to tell them that emperor's clothes
are beautiful, while he is wearing nothing," he said, referring to the famous short tale by Hans Christian Andersen.
Was this I wonder, a case of the emperor's clothes
- the London critics raved about the play, so we dim provincials must do the same?
The story of the whistleblower is one we must keep telling, for people in high places are forever trying to sell us a new set of emperor's clothes
All I ever hear from the IT domain is how wonderful the emperor's clothes
are (to the tune of a $20B fashion show, no less).
The days of chivalry are gone,' he continued, as he watched the crowd 'cut and tear' bits of the dead emperor's clothes
until his 'well-built' body was left 'nearly naked'.
Multicharacter head-scratcher, yo-yoing between New Mexico and Oregon--and back and forth in time--doesn't finally reveal much beneath the emperor's clothes
to repay viewers' concentration during the first half.
You can either hang on and pretend that it is; keep your fingers crossed and your eyes closed and hope no-one notices, or at least that if they do notice, they don't have the downright rudeness to point out that the emperor's clothes
are looking just a bit threadbare these days.
In this modern adaptation of The Emperor's Clothes
, Denise Van Outen plays Michaela - a soap star hell-bent on outshining everyone else by whatever means necessary at a glitzy awards ceremony.
Mullaney's bus report could be an emperor's clothes
moment for the road pricing lobby.
It's the Emperor's Clothes
scenario, and it's no different with books.
Like the emperor's clothes
, I am afraid we assume or make believe that we know what a man is, should be and what masculinity entails--and that it is all currently present in perfection.
CAN someone help me out, I feel like the little boy in the fairy tale of the Emperor's Clothes
who could not understand what all the fuss was about.