Anyway, the point of my blathering
is not shameless self-promotion, but a genuine plea to have a gander at similar real life stories on the box.
57% of men admitted blathering
, compared to just 37% of women
I AM sick to death of Wirral residents blathering
on about their new bins collection.
There are dozens of north-south and east-west tweaks, each with a costly quango of blathering
WHAT'S the only thing scarier than the sight of a distracted SUV driver barreling down the street while mindlessly blathering
away on a cell phone?
It'll be interesting to see how Gary Lineker manages to humour the blathering
idiot in the summer.
Please let me be the first to offer Maureen Dowd an organ gift she has so desperately needed all these years of blathering
Ryan, a regular on at least two ESPN shows a week in addition to time spent blathering
on ESPN radio and local TV, doesn't seem to mind getting plenty of camera time himself.
said that for the future we can be spared any bubble blathering
for a variety of factors like strong demand, a tight supply and paltry amount of new home construction.
Especially as the dazed stranger is wearing a Rolling Stones bomber jacket over a fetching pair of blue pyjamas and keeps blathering
on about a Vatican plot to murder him because he had evidence that proves the Resurrection was a myth.
For all its blathering
about the ``truth,'' ``Dark Prince'' seems awfully content to rest upon the mythical legend (or legendary myth) of lovers entwined for all eternity.
Even so, it's a Bates anecdote that will be worth remembering the next time that greybeard starts blathering
on about inaccurate newspaper 'bullshit' in his Stamford Bridge programme notes.
ABC blathered along until ``Millionaire'' turned up; otherwise, it's still pretty much blathering
I slipped away from the television several times during the lengthy telecast but was there at the end and heard a lot of blathering
about courage, destiny, missed opportunities and a baby on the way.
From Furillo, you won't get any smack talk, no blathering
on about what's wrong with sports today from the mouth of someone who's been there and done that.