sent back again; I hope I'm thankful; but I don't like to hear the North Pole run down in such a fishy
place as this.
An ugly, piggish, or fishy
eye, now, makes me feel quite ill; it's like a bad smell.
And if they've had something fishy
, it's like a smack in the face with a wet kipper.
tale of aquatic love has made a big splash at the Oscars - but being nominated for 13 Academy Awards is a red herring.
Ryan said: "There's something fishy
about this endeavour tonight.
There's nothing fishy
, nothing suspicious about all of these trips,' he added.
Then you've come to the right plaice, with these fishy
takes on British landmarks sure to whet your appetite.
tactics from Iceland I SEE that the Icelandic government is thinking of launching a law-suit against the Iceland supermarket chain over the latter's brand name.
AFORMER member of the Royal Air Force is set to create waves in the region's street food industry with a fishy
MAIN: Marks & Spencer Scottish Lockmuir Salmon Plait, PS35 Blowing the mind of pescatarians up and down the country.
THERE is something fishy
going on with Jo Whiley's dress here.
A nose-wrinkling fishy
smell does more than tell humans to keep a safe distance: it makes them better thinkers, in a study of metaphor and reasoning, researchers found that people exposed to the slightest whiff of spoiling fish are more likely to detect misleading information.
The ITV show's host Phillip Schofield said: "They're about to become staff in a sushi bar but things may get a little fishy
once Keith (hypnotist Keith Barry) has messed with their noodles.
If something is a little dubious, we use the term 'it sounds a bit fishy
A visit to a cinema to see a film called 'The Fishy
Feast' gives them a bright idea--they will steal a penguin to get fish for them.