That was a Freudian slip
," he said, turning back to California.
A Freudian slip
left the blundering PM embarrassed after he misread his autocue.
It remains to be seen whether Padukone's request reaches Akhtar but the actress should definitely keep in mind the concept of Freudian slip
However, I believe that it was more of a Freudian slip
, revealing more than it conceals about the truth of the picture that the Palestinian president wanted to portray as taking place in the land of the Nile, after the fall of the regime of Hosni Mubarak.
The slurs continued when Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney, made what many saw as a Freudian slip
i n a speech at a fundraiser at Iowa.
I take it this was a freudian slip
, as this is the whole point.
This leads me to today's little chat, which began as a Freudian slip
by a resident.
It sounds as though she either knew what she was doing and wanted the members to read between the lines, or she had a Freudian slip
because deep down most of us know that this law is fundamentally changing health care in the United States, and it is based on politics only.
I know what a Freudian slip
is: it's when you say one thing but mean your mother.
But I can't help but think it was a Freudian slip
on his part, a peek into our hardening, uncompassionate future, a realization of how the fight against illegal immigrants could easily slip into a fight against noncitizens, and then into a fight for a favored grouping of citizens.
While discussing the fight in the run-up to the event a colleague produced the most revealing Freudian slip
by referring to Harrison as Ainsley.
A Freudian slip
perhaps, for his two-day ban for a trifling offence on a tricky horse must have left a sour taste jjCheck out the eyecatcher in the opening novice event.