la-di-da


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artificially genteel

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Arriving back at Cadoxton station in the late evening, not even my expensive suit and leather briefcase could make me look the part of the la-di-da trainee journalist.
But then a deep-seated instinct kicks in and I think no, I can't do it, it's far too la-di-da.
South African schoolgirls, returning yesterday from Coventry to Capetown from a ten-week tour of England, summed up English boys thus: 'They are so pathetic and 'spivified' with their long curly hair, peaches and cream complexion, la-di-da accents and drainpipe trousers.
He was probably fit but he was too la-di-da - there was no edge to him.
It's hard being la-di-da, but someone has to do it 21 HOLLY HENDERSON Don't judge this glamour model by her booby cover 22 JOANNA LUMLEY She's snogged Ken Barlow in Corrie, been all kinds of naughty as Patsy in Ab Fab and now she's changing the world one T-shirt at a time.
More la-di-da options include the lamb, mint, swede and rose wine pie, also at pounds 8.
Who knows how many la-di-da toffs are among us, already assuming a fake Scouse persona?
In common with the wider British public, Tories are unsure about the la-di-da Old Etonian.
When we were in the studio I'd la-di-da a melody with Sam and that eventually led to me singing," says Henry.
is a la-di-da luxury outfit offering not only upscale tours of the world but private jets, customized escorted tours, five-star ships and trains, and the most exclusive safaris in eastern and southern Africa.
Gene, bless his rancid heart, sneered: "Is this la-di-da posh bollocks supposed to impress me?