bloke


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One day a bloke who I had never seen before asked me to collect some winnings for him.
That bloke who appeared from nowhere to score for Palace?
A tag match was to take place between Kendo Nagasaki and some bloke, against King Kendo and some other bloke.
He was a perfect candidate to be our Prime Minister because of his beer drinking status, and that makes him a great bloke.
And as happy as I am for her that the nightmare is finally beginning to recede, if I was her I'd be wary of a bloke who does a runner the minute the flak hits the fan, a bloke who let the woman he's supposed to love face that hideous racism row alone.
When you get there it's a blackboard with the indistinct image of possibly some bloke scaling a crag.
To truly represent the state of English culture today, our ceremony would need a bloke up a roof throwing bricks at a Chief Constable who was gamely trying to serve him KFC by the bucket.
To contemplate a bloke drinking, and listening is quite preposterous.
We try not to report sites which look dodgy or have been left untended but after coming across an old BBC report about a 'virtual learning initiative' involving more than 130 students and 20 teachers from seven central and south American schools I checked out the site of the bloke who seemed to be running it, Dr Alfredo Stelzer, of Florida International University at www.
The is of a not a cruel "Wouldn't actually surprise me if the whole Madonna fall was planned," said a bloke called Piers Morgan, who regularly watches blokes fall down at Arsenal.
Naked women, from artists such as Titian to the bloke who's just bought Channel 5 and made his fortune from them, have never really gone out of fashion.
I AM a keen observer of humanity and often, while on shopping expeditions on my own, I have noticed the strange phenomenon of the bloke who has to pop in to the supermarket for items of food.
IT WASN'T so much a case of Who's That Girl, but Who's That Bloke at an openmic night at a North East bar this week.
If you were a bloke who grew up in the 1980s, the chances are you wanted to be Thomas Magnum.