'It seems very interesting, love,' said he, lifting his head and turning to where I stood, wringing my hands
in silent rage and anguish; 'but it's rather long; I'll look at it some other time; and meanwhile I'll trouble you for your keys, my dear.'
We are put in our place Dame Judi Dench on women's pay in the theatre I felt deliriously disconnected and unhappy Comedian Russell Brand speaking about the time of his biggest success in Hollywood I spend a lot of time wringing my hands
and saying how dreadful it is, and how this forest has been obliterated and that sea has been polluted and whatever Sir David Attenborough I didn't want her eyes to fall on my perfect baby Labour MP Harriet Harman explains why she once hid in a room with her young child when she saw Margaret Thatcher approaching
I didn't sit about wringing my hands
. I was lucky that in those three years I'd been blessed with two sons.
I can't stop wringing my hands
. I constantly go from nail to nail, and then I clench and slide my hands over each other.