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Finally, if Mrs Russell is such a big fan of wind power generation, why does she not stop blethering about nimbys in the press and get on with building a smaller turbine in her back garden?
Comparisons involving the giants of yesteryear can be tremendously dull - witness all that blethering on about Arkle - but when jockey Jack Leach rattled off his autobiography Sods I Have Cut On The Turf on a wet weekend in 1961, he was setting standards for style, humour and candour that are hard to match.
Hugh Monaghan and Patrick McCoole had never met but got blethering after overhearing each others Scottish accents while drinking in a Coventry pub.
He even had a lock for it to stop me blethering on it.
The Blether Zone: Children enjoy a gentle run while blethering with their friends.
Janet said: "I called out to my husband, who was with me, that I had been bitten by something - but he just told me to stop my blethering.
I was in the same kind of situation myself once while blethering away in the back of a taxi.
He said: "I was terrified of turning into some kind of fourth- rate Bono blethering about issues I didn't fully understand.
And I am horrified by people who keep blethering on about being her friend.
Yep, it's been revealed that's how much Alan Hansen trousers for sitting on the Match Of The Day couch once a week blethering about the football.
SANJEEV Kohli said Hamish was a man who had only one foot over the threshold of his home in Blethering Scots.
Anyway, after watching us blethering for a few seconds, one of the young girls currently in her care shouted over: "haw, Tam.