The thing is that cliches
usually have an element of truth in them
undeniably so in some cases.
And were once fresh and insightful.
It's the repetition that turns them into cliches,
but they can still have an element of truth.
Still awaiting updates.
The time scale suits me better too.
Tunnocks tea cake: Doesn't sound good for you though.
'a dome of cheapish chocolate covering a plasticky-tasting mallow ball that sits on top of an almost foosty (meaning gone off) biscuit'.
Why don't you have a fried Mars bar instead?
Colon is spot on.
Read the column again: my judgement on this is quite clear.
Expletives: 'taboo in any written form'.
'damn' is acceptable currently; 'bloody': the jury is still out.
Come back in thirty years on this one.
I will update the column in 2048 when I will be 106.
You will have to...
JimmyG2's 'Style Guide' Part 3.
We are now in The Doldrums that period of intense boredom where the only topics of conversation are: will the new stadium be finished on time (No); how far will will England get in the World cup (Not very); Will we sign any world class players or anyone at all...
Five players in the squad including the Captain
Several more sticks to beat us with.
Unless we win it of course
and Harry wins the Golden Plimsoll
and Gloucester Old spots
set up an Aeronautical Club at Heathrow.
Interesting to me of the balance of attitude/talent.
One without the other is obviously a hindrance.
But does the balance change as they develop.
Seems that Onomah has the talent
but attitude has been the problem.
Same with Edwards.
Or do we judge them too early