Kotaku then followed up on the apparent slip of the tongue
, with a PDP rep stating "at this time we can't confirm Nintendo's dates and we don't know exactly what was heard, but we simply do not know that this point.
This is a 22-year-old paid vast sums of money effectively threatening to go on strike over a slip of the tongue
Or could it be just a slip of the tongue
, the weather forecasts seem to be a typical example.
Her bandmates are said to be seething about her "accidental" slip of the tongue
If this was a just a slip of the tongue
, on the radio then one would hope she would clarify what she really meant.
Mr Latham said: "It was, we suggest, a slip of the tongue
So said Matthew Wright (JohnLeslie: My Year Of Hell,Sky One,Sunday) The same Matthew Wright whose slip of the tongue
led to the outing of Mr Leslie.
Dear Editor, - On December 3, 1988, in what might now be described as a Gilligan-like sensational slip of the tongue
, Mrs Edwina Currie said, 'Sadly, all eggs in Britain are affected by salmonella.
Every slip of the tongue
between sips from a pint glass was punished by an instant "fine.
A BBC spokeswoman said yesterday: "It was a slip of the tongue
and John apologised immediately afterwards.
MANILA -- The United Nationalist Alliance is convinced that Malacanang's retracted comment on the uncertainty of the 2016 elections was "not just a slip of the tongue
She was promptly corrected by the interviewer, and she tried to make it sound like it was a slip of the tongue
Cook did not want to comment on his gaffe, but he will be writing a letter to more than 70 branches of the supporters' club to ask them to accept it was an innocent slip of the tongue
GORDON BROWN opened himself to merciless ridicule yesterday when a slip of the tongue
led him to boast of "saving the world".
We've all had to suffer a slip of the tongue
at certain times, and it happened to Gareth Jenkins yesterday at Wales' press conference.