killjoy


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This isn't about being killjoys and snatching the pint glass out of their hands, it's about saying: "Look, you carry on drinking like that, and by the time you're 40 you might need a liver transplant and kidney dialysis.
Me, I would prefer candor from an offended Nguyen, Chan or Mohammad to pre-emptive PC censorship and its killjoy chilling effect on all communications.
THE poor JLS lads have had a boobs ban slapped on them by killjoy management.
KILLJOY Japan coach Takeshi Okada last week stopped three of his stars attending their coming of age party.
I am not a killjoy but it is a race night not a pop concert.
Then she has the effrontery to suggest that anyone who objects to this vandalism is a killjoy.
In the discussion at the post office, I was accused of everything from being disloyal to the city of Los Angeles, to not understanding the game of basketball, to being an unfeeling killjoy.
But the killjoy brigade struck yesterday when they called off the event for health and safety reasons.
YOUR pompous correspondent, Keith Porteous Wood, considers Archbishop Vincent Nichols to be a killjoy (Letters, April 15).
I don't want to be a killjoy and make these Easter treats look bland, but I think it is a good idea that companies are at least aware and taking steps towards minimising unnecessary waste.
KILLJOY council workers ruined a Guy Fawkes party by sneakily stealing a kids' bonfire.
THERE will be plenty of people calling head teacher Carol Buchanan a killjoy.
This fourth-generation incarnation is the fastest road-going M3 ever, and can crack 60 in four-and-a-bit seconds, although top whack is limited to the usual killjoy 155.
Killjoy council officials banned residents from using a paddling pool outside their home during the recent heat wave.