party pooper

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This is not a case of being a party pooper it makes sense.
Siobhan Freegard, of Netmums, which did the research for Argos, said: "Spending less doesn't make you a party pooper - it makes you a savvy parent.
Sorry to be a party pooper in a moment of joy, but wouldn't it all be more fun if only the Birmingham-born could play for Villa or Blues, as in national sides, and the same rule applied throughout national soccer?
FORMER party animal Robbie Williams turned into the world's biggest party pooper - spending just 30 minutes at his own 28th birthday bash.
LIKE Party Pooper (ECHO November 30) I have also had difficulty in obtaining black jeans, trousers or even shirts for my grandson.
But it looked like Sevilla would be a party pooper when they romped into a 2-0 lead thanks to Xabi Alonso's own goal and an Ivica Dragutinovic free-kick.
Conclusion There must be something capable of assuming the role of party pooper on the prevailing soft ground.
THERE is no doubt who gains Class War's party pooper of the month award for August.
Dan O'Neill's just a party pooper and doesn't deserve his nickname ``Kairdiff Kid''.
WHAT a party pooper Roger Skidmore is (Mercury Sport, Feb 24).
Gregory, blasted referee Andy D'Urso for playing party pooper when Ginola celebrated a spectacular equaliser against Manchester City at Villa Park.
Call me a party pooper, but isn't Tara supposed to be teetotal these days?
If you're keen on ringing in 2000 at some exotic locale but still haven't made travel plans at this late date, there's encouraging news: You don't have to worry about Chicken Little being the party pooper.