He scolded us for
everything, and we couldn't seem to do nothing right; he found fault with every little thing.
'While still a teenager, one day I along with my two other friends picked down corns from our cousin's field where Guldaa Kaka, an old watchman, caught us red-handed, scolded us for
infringing the maize crop field but after a while took us to a corner of the field and advised us how to pick down corns without treading the crop,' said Mr Afghan.
And we might have, except we knew that our parents would have scolded us for
allowing precious heat to escape out the window.
Being young, giddy and unused to war paints on our faces, we severely tried the patience of this middle-aged makeup artist who scolded us for
smacking our lips after she had applied lipstick on them.
But that was the case: "The archbishop last weekend scolded us for
the bill harshly so I had to turn ear to what the Church's hierarchy said.
It was just dark brown bread and actually, after a few days, they scolded us for
eating all the white bread up.
The latter one night angrily scolded us for
repeatedly ordering toasted Italian bread.
ONE of Ireland's leading clerics - Diarmuid Martin, the Archbishop of Dublin - has scolded us for
our "insatiable greed".
Like the Libertarian Party, members of the Constitution Party scolded us for
not mentioning their candidates and party platform.
On our ride, Deputy Friendly of the Lane County sheriff's office kindly scolded us for
riding side by side.
She remembers a man of incredible fortitude, unswerving values and, away from the glare of public life, a man with a unique sense of humour.IF Donald Dewar had witnessed the pain and tears among his friends and colleagues yesterday, he would have scolded us for
making a ridiculous fuss.
He came roaring up the stairs, turned on the light, grabbed the bat barehanded and threw it out into the night, then scolded us for
In fact, after our last article on the potential benefits of green tea, a reader scolded us for
not warning people on anticoagulants, like her, to avoid green tea.
At the same time, another grass-roots movement scolded us for
"slaughtering" real trees and not just recycling a fake one season after season.