Even the Aussies like Grand Central AUSSIES, love 'em or hate 'em, don't mince their words
THE Wanted aren't normally ones to mince their words
, but Max George had nothing but nice things to say about his ex-fiancee getting engaged again.
uS rockers GOODCHARLOTTE don't mince their words
. The lads, will appear at the V Festival in Chelmsford and Staffordshire, this weekend, reckon SIMON COWELL is a word that begins with a 'D' and rhymes with 'sick'.
QPR didn't mince their words
about Blackburn's El Hadji Diouf (right) after he added insult to Jamie Mackie's injury at the weekend.
"Between those two and Jim Jefferies I've had three gaffers who don't exactly mince their words
The contributors to the booklet do not mince their words
when it comes to the need for change in the Muslim world--an approach picked up with approval by the columnist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown in the British daily newspaper, The Independent.
But the policymakers of the early twentieth century did not mince their words
: "God has not been preparing the English, speaking and Teutonic peoples for a thousand years for nothing but vain and idle self-admiration.
Two men who never mince their words
, yet still have the best mince in showbiz.
Bosses at a home shopping firm didn't mince their words
when they spotted a fly on a picture of their fresh meat.
Not ones to mince their words
, the manufacturers of the sign penned the following message: "The Government may take our barracks but they are not taking our heritage.
- Agent Provocateur don't mince their words
when it comes to sex appeal.