Such a beau monde of benefits to choose from could result in invitees becoming just the teensiest
As one of the latter, I was the teensiest
bit nettled by this conclusion, and inclined to dismiss this episode as a sort of "guy thing.
Few of us can be sufficiently arrogant not to see the teensiest
bit of our teenage selves in Kevin and Perry as they stumble around Ibiza in the grungiest of clothes, clumsily aspiring to be "loved-up DJs".
They tend to be more focused on the goal, to concentrate more intensely when they hunt, and sometimes to be just the teensiest
Our initial reaction upon entering a trophy room, a present-day cave, filled with antlers reaching to the ceiling is to be just the teensiest
bit impressed and intimidated.
And after the great slagheap of evidence that has accumulated about the Philadelphia Police Department, one would have to be bold indeed to deny that the teensiest
question of pigment was involved.
So, for one day a year, humour the dear old thing and cook him the biggest biscuit in the world, Jelly Tots and all, and, honestly, the next time you ask him the teensiest
, weensiest favour, he's bound to say yes.
Saatchi pondered what it was that artists slipped into their breakfast porridge to make them so wild and wacky, and noted that the cutting edge of vanguard art courted vulgarity - and weren't we all, in our little ways, sometimes the teensiest
It might help if they displayed just the teensiest
hint of remorse.
Did it not occur to her that her undeniable beauty and startling resemblance to the young Princess Diana might have just had the teensiest
bit to do with it?
I would like to think that I have a stoical attitude to illness, but like most men, as soon as my body is visited by the teensiest
weensiest bit of discomfort, I have to tell the world about it.
But most of the time they were just fancy- dans who had no cojones when the going got even the teensiest
So next time someone invites you to try something that appeals to you even the teensiest
bit, like eating indian tandoori chicken or playing Ultimate Frisbee, just go for it.
Artistically presented, with two neat discs of browned cheese (the right sort of modest size too, not the great mouth-glueing slabs you get at some places) at a rakish angle on a tasty mix of artichoke and the teensiest
weensiest baby tomatoes I've ever seen.
I'm sure it's marvelous but I'm so enchanted by the beautiful scenery passing before my windshield that I can't bear to stop for even the teensiest
second, unless it's for something to buy.