Her banal, her tomfool
, her carnivalesque and don't you forget it.
She paused for a moment, and replied in the sweetest possible tones: "I didn't come all this way to answer tomfool
questions like that.
In a loud voice (her hearing aid was still off), she asked: "Whose tomfool
idea was that?
BT Broadband's laughably-titled help centre in India had me crawling round the floor, unscrewing sockets, testing this and that and answering a lot of tomfool
questions before finally giving up.
I can't think of anything worse than appearing on a tomfool
electronic gizmo while uncomfortably - and dangerously - confined in a tiny space.
No wonder the Tories are calling this tomfool
measure "New Labour's poll tax".