estate agent tried to brush it aside.'It needs a certain something,' he said casually.
"In that case," I said, "you're not smarmy
However, they have to cope with squabbles; a smarmy
manager, and a stage set that's not as big as the band had hoped.
Such was the confidence in England before this summer's Ashes that the Barmy Army might have been rechristened the Smarmy
"How did you get that giant box in my kitchen?" she asks the smarmy
But one has to admit that although his 1997 election slogan of "things can only get better" was too smarmy
by far, things economic have certainly got worse since he left Downing Street.
When it came to game shows, Bob turned the genre into an art, commanding up to 17 million viewers for The Golden Shot and with millions more tuning into Celebrity Squares - although his style often made him seem smarmy
The raunchy Jamieson's Raspberry Ale ad renames the fairytale favourite "Ho White" with names of the dwarves, Sleepy, Happy and Doc, being replaced with Filthy, Smarmy
There's no shortage of smarmy
coming of age tales with the cliche events we all know.
2001 It was revealed that the former Liberal Democrat leader Paddy Ashdown, left, had called Prime Minister Tony Blair a "smarmy
Ritalin poster child Jamie Cullum and smarmy
Harry Connick Jr.
Each generation is smarmy
about its contributions and churlish about the young.
Her soul mate Trout is too shy to pursue her, so she agrees to be his smarmy
brother's date instead.
(Boteach, the sometimes smarmy
author of Kosher Sex and spiritual adviser to celebrities, emerged as one of the sanest and most dignified figures in this particular debate.
Whatever,he makes a refreshing change to the smarmy
Beckhams and self-fancying David Jameses.