10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «YOBBISHLY»
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“God, you're just not in touch, are you! You're gliding along totally disconnected
with reality!” “What do you mean?” “You've just finished yobbishly wolfing a meal
which I spent a great deal of time and trouble preparing—” “I'm sorry, it was good
George yobbishly kicked wheat stalks about in the hope of finding one now.
Staying offroad also meant avoidance of being run over on a stretch of precision
Roman straightness referred to as Prodstoat drag strip by road hogs racing from ...
The Terrible Leader: How to Become a Great Leader
Before takeoff ensure your tray table is torn from its hinges and thrown yobbishly
across the cabin. Keep your mobile phone on and if the stewardess gives you
any trouble, kick her in the shins... CHAPTER 1 RECLAIMING TERRIBLE In 1569
Picklehead: From Ceylon to suburbia; a memoir of food, ...
This is particularly true for chillies, which early on in a curry's life cycle tend to
throw their weight around, yobbishly bellowing their hardness like a lagered-up
England fan, intimidating all the less aggressive flavours. The day after cooking,
Ancient Philosophical Poetics
But in time people's 'wisdom' made them behave 'yobbishly'. Philosophy was
stripped of its coverings, left naked, insulted, available to everyone. The result is
that the inspired poetry of ancient times is no longer taken seriously: it is
Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul
Ugly towers and blocks stuck yobbishly up out of the skyline, dominating the park,
the sky and the city. A cold, damp wind moved across the park, flicking at it from
time to time like the tail of a dark and broody horse. There was an unsettled, ...
Iwas relieved because he uses willpower to change facts as partof his job. 'You're
gonna haveto letthem take yourTV.' 'Ohno, I love that telly, my programmes, my
precious programmes.' They oafed theirway in and yobbishly unplugged it from ...
Jackdaws Around a Distant Tower
Garden of Dubious Delight A wasp eating a hole in an overripe apple and getting
tipsy on scrumpy cider. You don't see bees behaving so yobbishly. Bees choose
their tipple from flowery brews, like lime tree blosom which to excess can prove ...
Perfectly Dead: Jacobson and Kerr Series:
The shopping centre, the back arse of which mooned yobbishly across from the
other side of the pedestrianised town square.Thething he liked bestof all, maybe,
was coming outofthe main entrance and seeing the staunchrow ofoak treeslined
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... their Alabaster Chambers,' he murmured tothe dog.The dog cockeditshead
inquisitively asifit were making an effort to understand what he was saying.
Seagulls were squabbling yobbishly overhead. The sun winked onthesea
8 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «YOBBISHLY»
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Ten things we learned this week
While 30 grand may seem like a dizzying amount of money for a Honda Civic – and one so yobbishly appointed – the 306bhp headcase is sold out in the UK ... «Top Gear, Jul 15»
Motoring review: A week in Volvo's sporty V40 T5 R Design
I REGRET behaving so yobbishly yesterday because my MPG has now dipped below 30mpg. I need to behave myself for the rest of the week. Fortunately ... «Derby Telegraph, Jun 15»
Things Learned At: Pitchfork Paris
... so there's an inherent thrill (and surprise) each time a thronging crowd yobbishly sings the refrain of 'Judy And The Dream Of Horses'. It's the little things. «The Quietus, Nov 14»
An Exceedingly Female Space: Hole's Live Through This Revisited
As a yobbishly vocal feminist this seems jarring. Why did she care enough to become that person? The answer seems to lie in a weaponising of beauty, ... «The Quietus, May 14»
PLATELL'S PEOPLE: Drink, drugs and the Brits 'role models'
Perhaps the most yobbishly behaved was Alex Turner, who is lead singer of the Arctic Monkeys. He appeared almost paralytically drunk when he tried to give ... «Daily Mail, Feb 14»
The Jungle Book, West Yorkshire Playhouse, review
Ann Ogbomo's stylish Bagheera resembles the proprietress of a nightclub, the monkeys strut yobbishly in jogging bottoms and bling jewellery, and Daniel ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Dec 13»
13 Video Games That Should Never Have Been Made (VIDEOS)
Funniest review excerpt: An “irksome and yobbishly executed psuedo-pornographic photo story with the wit and charm of an elephant's arse.” ~ PC Gamer ... «Manolith, Jul 13»
The drive of your life
How to civilise that most yobbishly inarticulate of town centre buildings, the multistorey car park? Ideally, bring in a celeb architect, like double-Stirling prize ... «Building.co.uk, Feb 07»