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Why then, do I seem to have spent the past four Sundays in front of the telly watching Jeremy Clarkson and his stomach overhang talking about the new Mazda XJ whatsit, and - someone help me - actually enjoying it?
The Pillow Book,'' Peter Greenaway's latest exquisitely designed, outlandishly transgressive whatsit, is one of the British art monster's easier-to-take movies.
Package holidays are great - all the family jumps on a jet for a fortnight's sun and fun, sand and disco-dancing on the Costa del Whatsit.
Top-drawer entertainment and I've never enjoyed anything as much since the time I zipped up too quickly at the urinal and snared my whatsit.
Her shorts are so tight you can practically see her whatsit.
But they didn't need to be at their best against a Partick Thistle outfit that needs a swift kick up the whatsit.
IT was as cold as a Witch's whatsit while cute little cheerleaders wearing barely a stitch danced and pranced on plastic grass and at the end of the day Frankie Laine belted out the theme song from Rawhide.
They look like those Whatsit Choo thingies, but they're in the pounds 300 range and I just can't bear it.
There's a million reasons why not, and I'm not going to bore you by getting on my soap box to start yelling about selling out, or sucking on the corporate whatever or taking the whatsit of artistic suicide up your compromised thingy-me-bob.
Whosit & Whatsit is the latest venture to invigorate the renewed Newcastle Quayside area, in the form of a four-storey retail shop and display area for North East independent designers.
Once upon a time, Can't remember when, Way back there, Way back then, Someone told me something, Can't remember who, Can't remember what it was, But if I ever do, I'll write it on a thingum And put it somewhere safe--I think the little whatsit Would be the perfect place.
There was lord whosit and whatsit and Winston Churchill and a lot of dinners.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS WEE THINKER Across: 7 Pilgrim 9 Hindu 10 Nomad 11 Sold out 12 Son 13 Priority 16 Toboggan 17 Pin 19 Bacardi 21 Rarer 22 Dimes 23 Knees-up Down: 1 Spanish 2 Flamingo 3 Brad 4 Children 5 Undo 6 Quite 8 Missing link 13 Progress 14 Top brass 15 Entraps 18 Abode 20 Came 21 Reef QUICKIE Across: 1 Shipwrecked 8 Ale 9 Dud 11 Pianist 12 Rhino 13 Amp 14 Ted 15 Rainbow 17 Tug 19 Obey 21 Used 23 Twee 25 Vamp 27 Doc 29 Arsenal 31 Rap 34 Lid 36 Gross 37 Pasture 38 Oil 39 Dot 40 Destination Down: 1 Slim 2 Heap 3 Private 4 Rating 5 Cargo 6 Edit 7 Dune 8 Apart 10 Dodgy 16 Woe 18 Gum 20 Bed 22 Spa 24 Whatsit 25 Virgo 26 Deepen 28 Cadet 30 Resit 32 Arid 33 Pole 34 Ludo 35 Iron
Whatsit for the first time, and Meg's life would never be the same.