tittle-tattle


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tittle-tattle

Gossip. I know you think all that tittle-tattle is harmless, but one of these days a rumor is going to hurt someone.
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But for me there is a big difference between having your own opinion and repeating tittle-tattle and following the crowd.
Tittle-tattle, however, has survived and is alive and well even in the 21st century.
Earlier, we had only heard rumours that MediaTek will change the manufacturing process for Helio X30, but this update adds more weight to the tittle-tattle.
There is a witty charm to Dream On, especially with the inclusion of excerpts from the Frognal Academy's Tittle-Tattle Blog, run by Secrecy.
But what's the tittle-tattle on the new inking - a squiggle between her boobs?
But idle tittle-tattle became the cold, hard truth.
Thankfully, I respect their privacy far too much to ever join in with such celebrity romance tittle-tattle.
It's not nice; no supporter wants to see his club's dirty linen washed in public - but everyone else loves the tittle-tattle and the gossip.
Tittle-tattle about the sex lives of celebrities may be titivating to the public but, in the main, is not in the public interest and should only be printed if obtained by legal methods, but we didn't need the vast expense to the public purse to introduce such sensible restraint by the press.
The occasional bit of interesting tittle-tattle apart, the portraits are generally fairly anodyne (no mention of Karajans Nazi past, for instance) and the way in which all the accounts are structured around his own personal encounters becomes increasingly tedious.
His 24 years in cricket are conspicuous by the absence of any scandal or tittle-tattle.
Responsibility, libel laws and the fact the entire future of the free press hangs in the balance already prevents me from any such tittle-tattle.
She also looks at the work's unending appeal and rejects the scurrilous and unfounded literary tittle-tattle about Barrie whom she describes as a man characterised by Move, affection, generosity, and imagination', a man who used his wealth to help others, notably the Great Ormond Street hospital.
Leigh said he hacked into private voicemails to expose "bribery and corruption," not for "witless tittle-tattle.
The gossip and tittle-tattle of Westminster is irrelevant to most people's lives.