ER star Alex Kingston has been axed after seven years and branded an old fogey
The nightlife is great if you're young, but if you're over 30, you feel like an old fogey
So brave that Alan not only outs himself just as Westminster takes a two-month holiday but at a time when his party are so paranoid about being a shower of straight-laced old fogeys
, anyone who belongs to a minority wins promotion.
The night before, when she and Emily rolled up at Roy's Neighbourhood Watch meeting, she announced: "We've brought Ken along, so you don't think it's just the old fogeys
And if these fogeys
can't get the hang of such a new-fangled concept, may I suggest hiring a new mob who can.
But when they decide to spray her windows with some juvenile graffiti, luckily they get no further than the word "Hairy" before they're chased down the street by doddery old fogeys
Norris and Emily, along with a furious Mary.
I recall that an athlete called Lillian Board was criticised by some old fogeys
like George when she wore very short white shorts 40 years ago and she was the golden girl of British athletics, and like Jess Ennis she was adored by the public.
Those out there still of a certain age may roll their eyes at us old fogeys
but trust me, there's a lot to be said for appropriate footwear and dry feet.
Instead of a bunch of old fogeys
, they've got a group of teenagers, many of whom look as if shaving could be a foreign concept to them.
Sometimes young fogeys
secretly wish for a baby fogey
The only people to be affected by this daft proposal are old fogeys
like me who like to sit down with a few cans whilst watching a favourite TV programme.
New social types identified include the Young Fogeys
, adults who act like their dads but 20 years too soon.
Ian, who enraged fogeys
with his Union flag trousers on Thursday, will now auction the infamous strides in aid of Yorkhill.
I understand it needs to keep reinventing itself in order to keep going and apparently I, according to the producers and the writers,am part of the old fogeys
who are no longer interesting.
Alas, the fogeys
behind ``Benedict Arnold,'' a biopic/apologia concerning the nation's First Traitor, have opted for a peculiarly untenable approach: Treating the project like it's a big-budget grade-school history film.