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SCUNNERED Margaret Paterson is fed-up with the bickering by politicians of all parties while Amanda Wright, Joe McDonald and Steven Wotherspoon are all backing the SNP
Of course, the only people being left scunnered by this are Dundee United, who went and did the trick of hiring a new manager to guarantee a win today.
A SCUNNERED teenager has told how he quit his job at Subway after a string of David Brent-style texts from his bungling boss.
Brady by email I'm really scunnered that everyone hates Gwyneth Paltrow now.
She said: "I know exactly how lucky I am but there was a period where I got really scunnered, not with acting, really, but with being an actor, which is not actually the same thing.
I've scunnered myself with chocolate over the last month and my mate Jill has given me her cross-trainer as she's moved down south.
His staying on second to Menorah in the Charlie Hall delighted his trainer - but scunnered me - and we'll know more if he takes his place in the Betfair Chase at Haydock on November 22.
Going by the polls, they'll probably be right but there's a long way to go and voters are already scunnered hearing about 2014.
The scunnered Scotland captain ended up having to stay behind in Austria With club physio Tim Williamson and will return home later today.
Tam Oliver, Glasgow, said: "It scunnered me to " see so many Rangers kids such as Barrie Mckay QUOTE OF THE DAY 'Bilel Mohsni is a poor man's Lorenzo Amoruso and we have ruined the chance to blood young players during the last three wasted years' being shunted out loan this week while we persevere with all of the overpaid flops.
I was scunnered by the game but have had my f ire rekindled and hopefully I'm helping the young players.
People in Ireland are basically scunnered with the main parties and are voting for alternatives, but no government in Ireland can wish away the economic situation or even reverse many of their spending cuts.