And thank goodness
most blokes decide to keep shaving after catching their reflection with that foamy moustache in the mirror.
we can still count on the Daily Post and its true news values.
that when it came to making the right decision, George Dunning was not found wanting.
Coun Khan stepped in and supported Mrs Glenn.
, not just for being allowed to take my expensive perfume home, but thank goodness
for some common sense which is definitely lacking in Britain.
IT'S NOT often I tip my hat to RTE, but thank goodness
they've shown a bit of sense and taste by signing up Andrea Roche for new reality show Failte Towers.
that Atletico's bid for Arteta came to nothing.
It would be stretching things to say Lucy appearing nude and clutching a teddy bear has persuaded the MoD to change policy - it is already testing faux fur - but thank goodness
Mr Carrott wasn't the chosen model.
Sir - Thank goodness
for Rhodri Morgan and the Labour group.
I'm devastated but thank goodness
it happened now and not when I was in the Southern Ocean or at Cape Horn.
for Judge Jonathan Durham Hall who had the courage to stand up and be counted when it came to sentencing a young teenage tearaway for robbery.
for after-dinner barefoot dancing in the open-air lodge
, then for the brave journos of Toyo Keizai who have selflessly devoted themselves to a study of outlays per customer at the various food service groups that keep Japan munching.
We have a short memory in this country, so thank goodness
for filmmakers such as director Paris Poirier and producer Karen Kiss, who take lesbian and gay history seriously enough to preserve it on film--and now on DVD.
Park has joined the ranks of debunkers (whose notables include Benjamin Franklin, Carl Sagan, and Stephen Hawking) in reminding us that while we may long for magic, there is nothing to indicate that things are anything other than what they are.