Brownie points


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Brownie points

plPluspunkte pl; let’s give him Brownie points for tryingdass er es versucht hat, können wir ihm ja anrechnen; to score Brownie points with somebodysich bei jdm beliebt machen
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If there is any cost involved then the collected mulch can be bagged and sold for fertiliser, thereby becoming environmental and organic brownie points as well.
The two systems are intertwined: Accumulate enough Brownie points and they can be exchanged for beer tokens (that's her blessing for you to go out and have a drink with the boys) and that invariably leads to the chance to earn more Lads points (and lose any Brownie points accumulated).
It seems to me that the council is aiming to score brownie points by taking action that on the face of it seems credible.
I hope so,'' Brewer said in what can be interpreted as a public declaration of really wanting this job, and thereby worth a few brownie points.
MORE Brownie points are heading Gordon Brown's way now that the Tory backers within the bullying helpline have been found out.
The two dads earn extra Brownie points when the kids got to meet their hero - charttopper Justin Bieber, 17, and his Disney star girlfriend Selena Gomez, 19.
The only possible reason for this is an attempt to gain brownie points and be seen to try to push through legislation that has been touted as a major coup.
It's always good to earn brownie points with the boss.
It would be too cynical to insist that the Welsh Assembly Government is solely motivated by desire to win electoral brownie points before May's election.
Brownie points and they can be exchanged for beer tokens
For our part we hope the airport rebranding and the investment has given us some Brownie points with the judges when they assessed the transport networks issues - but so many have contributed.
Filling them in quickly will earn the council most brownie points.