I don't want to toot my own horn
, but I feel like it's the perfect PK."
I don't usually use this space to toot my own horn
. I use it to mock bureaucrats and bemoan damaging regulation.
"I don't want to toot my own horn
here at all but I definitely have been to those places and was just honored to be a part of it as our team did such a wonderful job of conquering them."
Look, boss, I don't mean to toot my own horn
, but did you see some of the customer-survey information my staff has gathered that has helped our company improve product designs, a key driver of increased sales?''
No wonder so many of us take solace in saying, "I don't like to toot my own horn
." We actually have convinced our selves that to not display traits about ourselves is a virtue.
I mention this example not to toot my own horn
, but to illustrate the usefulness of a broad perspective.
"Not to toot my own horn
but they always play my old stuff when I'm in a shop or wherever," the Sun quoted her as saying.
I feel like I have to toot my own horn
much of the time, especially when the patient says, "I had a nurse stick me to get blood once, but you didn't have any trouble," and I repeatedly tell them, "I am not a nurse; I am an MLT; and I am trained to do this.
Honk!) toot my own horn
, it's nice to see that I wasn't that far off on that day nearly eight years ago when I sat down to sketch out Volvo's future.
"And I don't want to toot my own horn
, but there's another reason we're still going strong - we're a damn good band."