"He was a bit tactless
about your film, he wasn't very complimentary about it.
PREDICTABLY, many self-professed "Christians" were offended by Greggs' recent, tactless
Christmas advertisement which depicted a cheap and greasy sausage roll lying in the manger in place of the baby Jesus.
He should be aware that previous bad publicity (including trips on zipwires and tactless
comments about whistling for money) has undermined his credibility in the eyes of the nation.
: During a meeting the importance of compact licensure regarding a particular state was discussed by a committee chair.
Some said that the ECB had once again made a tactless
Gabby Logan to Flockstars dasher Lesley Joseph: "Your time from the topiary to the pen might be a record for an over-aged category."
Dishing out nick-names to her new minions on Keller, she's also tactless
, supercilious and so rude to poor old Sacha (or Pudsey, as she calls him) that he gets very hot under his flowery collar.
Dannii and her associates feel that Simon's remarks were tactless
an example of irresponsibility." "Politicising the understanding of justice and history through other people's past and damaging freedom of expression in a tactless
manner are first and foremost a loss for France." Sadullah Ergin, Turkey's justice minister, said the bill, approved by 127 votes to 86 in the French upper house, was "a great injustice" that showed "a total lack of respect" for Turkey.
In the meanwhile, Standard & Poor's announced intentions to carry out a mass downgrade of the credit ratings of eurozone countries, a move that Merkel and Sarkozy denonounced as tactless
Doc Martin (ITV1, 9pm) Life may be back on track for the tactless
doctor this week.
Saturn's 'Kuch Nahin' is much too raw and tactless
to make a similar impact.
But the PC sensitive side of Kipp, (yes, even we have a soft side) can't help but think that maybe touting the calamitous uprising as a boon for Dubai's long-suffering tourism scene is just a tad tactless
As we tighten our belts, the super-rich and tactless
Hagues might have to loosen theirs when they return.
Nevertheless, I feel most of us would have forgiven Mr Starr for his tactless
remarks if he had ever shown one ounce of gratitude for his present good fortune or publicly displayed even a scrap of affection for the city of his birth.