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So deluded are these social misfits, they believe goldfish deserve dignity.
But not before deluded Lachlan has put the frighteners up Alicia by asking her to 'tell the truth'.
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I WOULD like to comment on the deluded (and strangely short sighted) Keith Turner, and his 'and his T 'several friends' of Nuneaton (Letters, Dec 29).
But the fact that contestants go through several rounds of vetting before they get in front of the judges convinces too many of the poor deluded souls that they're the next Mariah Carey, despite the fact they sound like an accordion going round on a whirligig.
A DELUDED Phillip Schofield on the final Dancing On Ice: "We will certainly miss this.
She replies: "The world is full of deluded people but you have to be a bit deluded to achieve anything.
This is possibly the most deluded measure to come from Europe since Diocletian tried to fix the price of groceries across the Roman Empire.
The deluded fantasist hopes it will be turned into a blockbuster movie with the lead played by a pounds 6million-a-film Oscar winner, or "her off Titanic".
the irrational, Homeric lying, deluded citizens-- to a group of poets in
BEIRUT Eoe1/4" The new US administration has deluded Arabs and Muslims into believing it would chart a course away from the policies of the Bush era.
Summary: The new US administration has deluded Arabs and Muslims into believing it would chart a course away from the policies of the Bush era, one of the leading religious authorities in Shiite Islam said.
Asked if she "deluded" herself in thinking her children needed more siblings, she replied: "Not deluded myself, but I knew that's what I wanted.
Anyone who takes our current lawmaking process seriously has joined the ranks of those deluded folks who thought the emperor's new clothes were beautiful.
When the deluded male touches the beetle clump, larvae rush onto his body.