We are one of the wealthiest countries in the world, with some living the life of Riley
and others surviving on stale crumbs.
"Yeah, I hear he's living the life of Riley
out there in Las Vegas, being treated like a king," Goldman said sarcastically.
While the Essex lad is living the life of Riley
, his pregnant wife stayed at home with their three-year-old daughter Ella.
But what message does it send out to the victims of such crimes to see criminals lapping it up and living the life of Riley
? The days of harsh regimes in prison are over - but five-star luxury for cons is not the way to go either.
That said, Karen Page makes a very valid point in her letter: 'If Marie moans that people are talking about her then do not spread your business about to all and sundry in the first place.' Of course, she will not heed Karen's words as Marie Buchan appears to be living the life of riley
I'M not quite sure what 'living the life of Riley
' actually means but I think I've come pretty close swanning around in a car that costs almost PS100,000.
ARE single mothers on benefits living the life of Riley
? Or is it more a case of living on the breadline?
I was lying in bed one night and I thought 'There's me living the life of Riley
but there are people on the streets.'" ."
Don't get me wrong, I love my hubby and my kids more than anything, but sometimes I look at my mates and think, "You're living the life of Riley
." I never think, "They must be lonely."
He's living the life of Riley
in an expensive and trendy area of London without having to pay a penny in rent or bills.
Cue eight weeks of fun in the sun, eating ice creams and living the life of Riley
. And the kids of today deserve it too - they've finished exams, completed courses and need a break after all that learning.
- Mommy Living the Life of Riley
What we do not need is more bloated fat-cats claiming telephone number expense account payments for jawing away about trivia in their ivory tower in Cardiff Bay and living the life of Riley
at the taxpayers' expense!
One report by the Intergenerational Foundation shows while young people are having to - gasp - share houses with friends, their parents are out living the life of Riley
, entertaining themselves at restaurants, in theatres, buying cars and indulging in holidays.
Mrs Mayes, 67, of Stevenage, added: "We are sort of hoping that James's name is not read out, that it was not on the list, and that perhaps he is living the life of Riley