FORMER Villa star Paul Merson was a great footballer, and he's not half
bad as a TV pundit these days.
Writing as a Capricorn, the news that we are not the chosen ones is obviously annoying (so near and yet so far), but not half
as annoying as a zodiac-specific ad that was placed last year in Salzburg in Austria.
as scary as White's over-familiar pat on Berg's knee.
My guess is that history books will portray Tony Blair as not half
as wonderful as we first believed but not half
as black as he's now being painted.
I then went to the ground floor to visit the gift shop; more disappointment, such a small room and not half
the gifts like the old one had.
And I tell you what, that Greg Norman is not half
the golfer he was.
The mild ridicule is the outcome of a sweet little illusion among many architects that if they really put their minds to it they would inevitably emerge as not half
If the music is pretty insipid, the lyrics, drawn from the several volumes of Houellebecq's poetry, are not half
Awarded the MBE in 1978, he told the Queen that his sport was 'not half
as dangerous as horses'.
They join a handful of salads, baked potatoes, grilled chicken sandwiches, and selected subs on the short list of fast food that's not half
Sir Albert is credited as being very astute but not half
as astute as top civil servant Sir Bob Kerslake.
Why not look at their situation as glass half-full, not half
But not half
as gutted as Hugh Grant, Jeffrey Archer, Frank Bough and Angus Deayton were when they realised it should have said Horse.
The NHS was set up for British people, not half
She knows she's partly responsible for Gennie's death - but not half
as responsible as Cameron who's all for keeping it zipped.