To eat humble pie

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I'M more than happy to eat humble pie after Super-Saturday.
TORY peer Baroness Jenkins cast peer Baroness Jenkins cast aspersions on the less fortunate by claiming they didn't know how to cook and then was forced to eat humble pie and apologise.
Cirrus Des Aigles set off on the road to redemption at Maisons-Laffitte and any remaining doubters were made to eat humble pie as the French star showed he is peaking at exactly the right time with a demolition of his rivals in the Prix Dollar.
In 2006, David Cameron described UKIP as 'full of fruit cakes and racists' - but had to eat humble pie when the party later gained notable election successes.
There was much schadenfreude in the business press this week as three capitalist titans were forced to eat humble pie.
30pm) [bar] If you thought that the TV execs had come up with every possible idea for shows involving food, prepare to eat humble pie.
Simon had to eat humble pie, now Cheryl has to swallow her pride, and we bet it was bitter for both of them.
ROGER FEDERER admits he may have to eat humble pie if Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic reach Sunday's Wimbledon final.
THE BJP high command had to eat humble pie on Saturday when its legislature party re- elected former Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje as its leader, thereby making her the leader of the Opposition -- the post she was made to resign 16 months ago.
Mr O'Leary has been forced to eat humble pie when he apologised to Sir Stelios in court accepting "that the ads should never have been published.
Now Brian''s proved us wrong, I suppose we''ll have to eat humble pie," someone said.
Graham Smith Good luck Sizing I am happy to eat humble pie as I never thought, after his disappointments in hurdling, that Sizing Europe would make a chaser.