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No, I don't want a bloody pizza
Must we suffer these footballer-loaded
World Cup-themed advertisements
for products that have nothing to do with football?
June 8, 2006 01:57 PM
Note to advertisers: liking football does
not a gullible idiot
make. By far and away the worst part about watching the World Cup from the
sanctity of the front room is the relentless assault from advertisers with crass
attempts to pimp worthless tat using Germany 2006 as a vehicle.
No, I don't want a bloody
It's because of people like that
I had to sit through utterly pointless cutscnenes
in Super Monkey Ball 2.
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believe the hype, G, 23.9.2005,
Bob Crow, general secretary of the Rail,
Maritime and Transport union,
said the election result should give
a "sharp warning" to the government
that it was time to listen to the concerns of working people.
"Britain has clearly shown
that it doesn't want a Tory government,
but the huge dent in Labour's majority,
and the huge number of voters staying at home,
show that Britain doesn't want
a Labour government pursuing Tory policies either."
Firefighters' leader loses job to deputy, G, 6.5.2005,
Did he write it?
You haven't a ghost of a chance of knowing
Sunday June 25, 2006
'All those dreams were shattered within a minute -
but I know that worse things happen to people every day:
when I told my little girl that daddy had hurt his knee,
she just asked me to put on Postman Pat.'
Yes, Michael Owen is telling us all about the 'crunch',
sending his 'best wishes to the rest of the lads'
and dreaming of more big tournaments to come.
Did he write it?
You haven't a ghost of a chance of knowing, O, 25.6.2006,
I'm sorry, I haven't a
Saturday November 27, 2004
in Staffordshire - "O.U.O.S.V.A.V.V" -
that may disclose the location of the holy grail
has been widely compared to
Dan Brown's super-selling novel The Da Vinci Code.
I'm sorry, I
haven't a clue, G, 27.11.2004,