Forget about that weekly moment of mild excitement when one of the housemates has to leave - concentrate on all the mundanities
we are served up instead.
With this project, Denton Corker Marshall prove adept at making urban poetry out of the mundanities
of civil engineering.
The Yorkshire satirist has become renowned for his observational wit and deadpan delivery while observing the mundanities
, nuances and eccentricities of modern life over the past two decades.
But, for all these hilarious traits, for all his brilliant gags, and for the surreal humour which emanates from a man with a truly unique outlook on the mundanities
of life, it's now so unsettlingly clear that it's all an act.
Particularly not one who, like his dad, is mostly untroubled by the mundanities
of supermarket visits.
In television similar examples can be found in the comedies Early Doors ( written around a close-knit local boozer ( and Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, about young people finding humour amid the mundanities
of work at a high street bakery and karaoke in the pub.
But we have now increased our support, either through helping young people with the mundanities
of moving out or giving them financial support.
The city continues to produce excellent acts, surprising audiences with a fresh look on world events,everyday mundanities
and society in general.
Such a wilful expose of the mundanities
of construction is undoubtedly disarming, yet also strangely compelling; moreover it aptly evokes the evolution of the building.
Over the past several years, Fred Tomaselli has introduced otherworldly, mind-altering experiences into his art, transporting the viewer far from the mundanities
of conscious perception.
It is not something which matters much among the mundanities
of subsistence living and its effects are only really keenly felt during large sporting events or foreign holidays, but it's at times like these, when things are bad at home and it would be good to make some new friends, when that social awkwardness can prove a bit of a hindrance.