The London public won't stand that sort of blithering
Thomas Mugridge was beside himself, a blithering
imbecile, so pleased was he at chumming thus with the captain.
You damned blithering
idiot," he said hoarsely, gripping the side of the table.
Without the blithering
and bungle we have all endured, PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPER acted quickly.
ONCE again overpaid academics in their ivory towers state the blithering
Wearing the perpetual bemused look of someone who'd just quietly broken wind and was just waiting for those around him to catch on, he starred as the uptight Tommy Beresford, a blithering
idiot who'd been saved a stint of National Service in WWII after being run down by a catering lorry.
It's a relief the teens aren't blithering
idiots; their ultra-tech-savviness is taken as given.
Shapps, and those who agree with him, are malignant, blithering
He is a huge, blithering
, hale and hearty physical presence, the rock around which the madness crashes.
Meanwhile, Giles Clarke, the blithering
ECB chairman, has the brass neck to claim it is "utter nonsense" to suggest English cricket is at a low ebb while the punters are being fleeced PS100 a ticket to watch this dross.
A bit uncomfortable, Ollie read aloud his essay on the causes of war, at one point saying emphatically, "And the President was a blithering
She came inside and I was a blithering
idiot to be honest.