Phunky, and say I should be glad if he'd step here, a moment.
Phunky,' said Serjeant Snubbin, with haughty condescension.
Phunky had been a rich man, he would have instantly sent for his clerk to remind him; if he had been a wise one, he would have applied his forefinger to his forehead, and endeavoured to recollect, whether, in the multiplicity of his engagements, he had undertaken this one or not; but as he was neither rich nor wise (in this sense, at all events) he turned red, and bowed.
Phunky should have professed to have forgotten all about the merits of the case; but as he had read such papers as had been laid before him in the course of the action, and had thought of nothing else, waking or sleeping, throughout the two months during which he had been retained as Mr.
Phunky would not hear of passing through any door until Mr.
At a recent meeting of an advisory panel to the Phunky
Foods organisation, which works with schools to improve kids' nutrition, I came across the Focus on Food Cooking Bus and became an instant fan.
Phil King (EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, GLASSER-SCHOENBAUM HUMAN SERVICES CENTER) and his Phunky
Philanthropists, serenading the crowd