Each episode of “Total Bragging
Rights” features a new set of best friends who compete against one another in competitive, contestant-generated challenges.
rights, destination choice, leisure tourism, conspicuous consumption status consumption, cool consumption
He said: "It's something to brag about, but I'm not a bragging
I'm not bragging
, but my doctor has more miles on him than a Peterbilt.
Who hasn't grown up hearing bragging
in school hallways about killer parties, flirting with older guys, or getting cigarettes and liquor with ease?
The fans can have a good day because we've got the bragging
rights after an important win
WITH THE EXCEPTION OF BRAGGING
ABOUT APPOINTMENTS OF OPENLY GAY PEOPLE TO THE ADMINISTRATION AND SOME FEEL-GOOD WORDS, WHAT GOOD CAME OUT OF THE CLINTON YEARS?
People mention it once in a while, but all they can say is: "You're bragging
Legendary baseball player Dizzy Dean once said, "It ain't bragging
if you can prove it.
It's an arms war out there and the combatants are competing in many areas-- capacity, performance, acoustics (practically a non-issue), price (at the low end), and bragging
Runners are notorious for bragging
about low resting heart rates.
Margasak, the Chicago Reader critic, knew him as someone who went around town bragging
about what a huge rock star this Yum-Yum record would make him.
Some employees may feel that bringing their own positive performance to their supervisor's attention will be viewed by others as bragging
or shameless self-promotion.
Of course, bragging
can also be negative if it is based on a false sense of pride or an attempt to put others down.
Each year, the exclusive, invitation-only event welcomes famous Hollywood faces and world-class poker professionals who go head-to-head in a freeroll Texas Hold 'Em poker tournament for charity, cash prizes, and eternal bragging