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It is doing what people have always done – talking, chatting and gossiping, sometimes in an offensive and cretinous way.
Ostensibly, they didn't need a reboot, but Tim Burton, the cretinous, relentless purveyor of Spielbergian angst and Helena Bonham Carterism, went ahead and did it anyway.
The statement was cretinous to say the least and the cricketing fraternity stopped in their tracks and deliberated that as far as a sequence of tragic-comic events was concerned nothing could top this.
And at least these jockeys, whatever the level of their misdemeanours, haven't cheapened the sport they serve in the way that boxing was sullied by the cretinous comments of sleazy David Haye, who forecast that his forthcoming bout with Audley Harrison would be as 'one-sided as a gang rape'.
It is sung, played, and written for the most part by cretinous goons and by means of its almost imbecilic reiteration, and sly, lewd, in plain fact, dirty lyrics .
Segel stars as a boozy, self-pitying schlub whose TV starlet girlfriend has left him for a cretinous but laciviously charming rock star played by English comic Russell Brand in his first, and definitely not last, American role.
EVIL, cretinous, slime buckets in the Bush Administration that I could just spit.
In a nutshell: Well-made remake of the cretinous mutant cannibal classic.
Get a life, fairy," rings in the 15-year-old ears of Daniel Fairbrother, teased by cretinous peers on the school bus.
For his "thinking" to have evolved from creationism's cretinous insistence on nothing older than 4,000 years, I speculate someone must have bullet-pointed for him that it takes millions of years to create crude oil.
If none of us were ever allowed to learn from our cretinous behaviour we would spend long hours of the day weeping and pulling out our hair.
On the one hand, I deplore the cretinous appeal of the Jerry Springer television shows.
Joe, who can't control his temper, is the cretinous quartet's de facto mastermind; Averell is marginally smarter and far nicer.
What also troubles me is McElravy's statement, "The case for free trade has been made primarily by cretinous conservative politicians and pundits, who seldom resist ridiculing earnest youngsters looking for a better world.
The huge ramp down to the machine hall brings us to a space which has presence but no meaning: a state of affairs made more obvious by the cretinous black spider which dominates.