tootle along


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tootle along

in. to depart. I think I’d better tootle along now.
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MY beloved and I have never shared a train journey and it was pleasant to tootle along looking out of the window at the scenery with no worries and the stresses of the wedding day behind us.
Not a lot of comfort to those who are content to tootle along with terrestrial and, more importantly, to those who simply can't afford to hook up to Mr Murdoch's cash cow.
But every now and again, I'd tootle along to Surrey barbeques and I'd see him.
But at least with the listener-friendly version, you can happily tootle along with it on your car radio, with no risk of a Chubby-esque aural assault.
I mean, it has a very nice 420bhp V8 engine that makes Audi's lovely sports car tootle along quite nicely.
In Robbie Coltrane's B Road Britain (ITV, Wednesday), the star of Cracker and Harry Potter avoids motorways, A roads and sat nav for a tootle along backroads, meeting plenty of entertaining eccentrics along the way.
Our clapped-out system with its overcrowded, filthy carriages and trains that still tootle along at approximately the same speed as they did in the 1930s, costs passengers three times more than it does the French.
We'll tootle along on the Flat - our Goodwood Stakes winner Afarad will be given a break and be prepared for the Cesarewitch - and, while we'll sort out the replacement jockeys when we reach those bridges, knowing Mick, he'll be back.
The top speed is 95mph, which enables the oil-burning Micra to tootle along quite nicely at motorway cruising speeds, although long inclines may require a down-change when laden.
WHAT the internet allows us is the chance to eavesdrop on the world as we tootle along its multi- million mile highway.
And once you get used to the fact that the Kelisa is never gonna pull trees, it's actually quite liberating to just tootle along city roads or motorways.
There are no plans for him - we'll just tootle along and hope to pick up another race with him.
John said: "I don't want them to just tootle along making popping noises.
IF YOU'VE been content to tootle along with the computer equivalent of an old jalopy - a traditional modem - perhaps it's time to enter the 21st century and try a Formula One racer.
You can tootle along in the top fifth without the engine complaining and the shaft drive takes away any transmission snatch.