That's because he's so like you, dad," they chortled
a delighted Letterman chortled
, pulling his very own "David Letterman tulip poplar" from below his desk.
Where's Nipper Reed," chortled
Thompson as the field jumped the first.
that maybe she could come and visit him and they'd straighten things out.
Unlike North or Safire, though, Novak could not hide his distaste for the task: "Bill," he chortled
to his liberal CNN counterpart, Bill Press, "as a good liberal I am sure you're very upset about this brutal Indonesian regime's slaughter of hundreds of thousands of people in East Timor.
This game is so much more fun than all the other DVD games out there that it's almost laughable," chortled
Paul Bader, president of M-2K.
People think because I am a boxer, I have a firm handshake but I have anything but," chortled
Elcock, who is supporting the Birmingham Mail 5km Fun Run in April.
I'm on drugs, so anything goes,'' the Icon Award winner chortled
at the last of the Empire Square reruns (C4) late on Sunday night.
along to his jokes every time I heard them on TV and would really like to see a re-run of some of his earlier series.
You look like Jermaine Jenas, mate," chortled
one of my associates.
All I can remember is somehow managing to squeeze between two haystacks and bouncing through a ploughed field before managing to get back on the road,'' he chortled