Many people say that for a male person, bric-a-brac hunting is about as robust a business as making doll-clothes, or decorating Japanese pots with decalcomanie butterflies would be, and these people fling mud
at the elegant Englishman, Byng, who wrote a book called THE BRIC-A-BRAC HUNTER, and make fun of him for chasing around after what they choose to call "his despicable trifles"; and for "gushing" over these trifles; and for exhibiting his "deep infantile delight" in what they call his "tuppenny collection of beggarly trivialities"; and for beginning his book with a picture of himself seated, in a "sappy, self-complacent attitude, in the midst of his poor little ridiculous bric-a-brac junk shop."
Wagons fling mud
on to the road which makes the surface slipper.
Instead, the public have been subjected to two years of name-calling, internet abuse and public squabbling as both sides of the argument fling mud
at each other rather than grapple with the issues.
His antlers would stick and he'd fling mud
into the air.
There'll be plenty of opportunities to fling mud
in 2009, if necessary, but - who knows?
It must devour the road with a serene, mischievous charm, possess subtle sensuality, and fling mud
only when arriving at the country estate.
Nearly three weeks in which the incident was detected by way of a TV slow-motion action replay, Johnson was formally cited by Saracens and then both sides took it in turns to fling mud
at each other.