The short answer is 'yes, you blithering
idiot, of course it's too late!' which is something of a blow because I've just remembered a great British event that was always popular at my school sports day: throwing the cricket ball.
"Unless you are a blithering
idiot, that's the right thing to say.
joymongers These blithering
idiots want everybody to be happy!
"The worst thing about sports is it turns normal everyday people into idiots, and I mean that in the worst-possible, blithering
way," Schultz writes.
Meeting someone I really liked always turned me into a blithering
fool or paralysed me with paranoia.
Auto Industry and the Blithering
Idiots Who Almost Killed It (Octane Press).
Kids would have no idea who this blithering
idiot is who doesn't remember his lines" - Christopher Biggins on the Hollywood legend.
On it you'll find schwarzbier and white beer, strong ales and pale ales, hoppy ales, porters, stouts, bocks and doppelbocks, a handful of fruity lambics, even an American barleywine weighing in with an 11 percent alcohol content and going by the probably apt name Weyerbacher Blithering
"The big lecture buyers in the US are paralyzed with fear about booking her, basically because they think she is a blithering
idiot," an industry expert was quoted by the New York Post, as saying.
"Beneath the carefully constructed veneer of a blithering
buffoon," he once said of himself, "there lurks a blithering
I am not a microbiologist, so I have no personal view on whether Venter is right or wrong, but can we please have a debate on whether this man is offering a realistic solution to the energy problem or is talking nonsense, and stop blithering
on about windmills.
This is not a mere blithering
idiocy but an anti-Arab and anti-Muslim position.
And the fact this Government has finally come around to the idea that it's the perpetrators of crime who should be punished, not the victims, shows what a bunch of blithering
idiots they really are.
The men who would have leveled America's tallest skyscraper were, in fact, blithering
If the cornerstone of evolutionary studies, natural selection, could be demolished in four paragraphs by a religion teacher, then a half-dozen generations of the world's greatest scholars in all fields of biology would indeed be a bunch of blithering