of such utterances beggars belief and would be hilarious if it was not so tragic.
We were so horrified by his crassness
, we just gasped.
The former 'Smiths' band member wrote, "there is no outrage since the crassness
and international duncery of the British so-called 'royal family', remains the great unsaid in British print", on his blog entitled 'The World Won't Listen'.
to lift--the crassness
or non-response of editors and watching inferior
THE Diwali- eve car crash near the DND flyway exposes, in all its crassness
, a grievous flaw in our national character.
Other examples of crassness
included real snakeskin handbags, gold teeth and obvious hair extensions.
Maybe it's because of the crassness
of Reality TV programmes.
Their performances on and off the field are a dismal catalogue of mediocrity and crassness
, which is one of the reasons - along with the time differences with New Zealand, which produce unearthly kick off times for UK viewers - why this much-hyped competition is failing to grab the public's attention.
They say that New Yorkers are far more brash (ie rude) than ordinary Brits, so presumably, if we eat bagels we might acquire a veneer of their crassness
Yet, if some of them have lost faith, I wouldn't be surprised because the billowing dark clouds of that horrific day are still chasing the good in us, still stirring in us a growing hardness, and a crassness
in behavior that is threatening to be the norm.
For one thing, I was cowed by his literary eminence, Then, too, Heller was a Brooklyn person, which accounted, or so I felt so, for a certain crassness
For all its splendours, a lavishly staged traditional Jack and the Beanstalk with Stanley Baxter at the King's Theatre Edinburgh still saw the man with the speciality dogs act cutting his wrists and the front half of the pantomime cow going down with pleurisy, while a modernized Aladdin with Danny La Rue at the Palladium offered chaos backstage and crassness
In doing so Washington demonstrated further crassness
in its dealings with Iraq.
Of course, Pepsi's apology for its crassness
gained far more attention than the app alone ever would have.
IT may have a title that resembles a Peter Andre hit but thankfully that is where any similarities with crassness