Despite the Kawasaki-killing performance it's quieter than a 911, easy to drive at low speeds and can chunter
round town without histrionics.
Countless helicopter shots of pantiled French villages, dazzling fields of wheat or milk churns in the shape of a giant rear sprocket, give the micsmiths plenty to chunter
about when in reality nothing much is happening.
It's difficult to remain focused on a story that drags on and on, but though I suspect torpor will soon set in over the Iceland acquisition - which is surely set to chunter
and churn through countless rounds of legal and financial negotiation before the outcome is eventually decided some time next year (see p4) - it's important.
You are your harshest critic and sometimes that means you do that chunter
thing, your know, when you talk under your breath to yourself moaning about things nobody else noticed.
Sorry, but in voting for devolution we voted to do an Isle of Man and swim off into the sea and chunter
And it's money which could be directed at the shambling cattle wagons which make up the north-south rail service, which takes four hours to chunter
from Llandudno down to Cardiff, gradually sapping its passengers' will to live.
The decision got turned down and you can chunter
as much as you want but you've got to get on with it haven't you?
These are the people, don't forget, who chunter
endlessly about how they saved this country at war, forgetting that their "heroism" owed as much to conscription as patriotism.
Then there's Sky Sports News, with its 24-hour rolling chunter
and 24-hour repetitive adverts, which has become a constant companion to anyone working on the sports desk of a national newspaper.
Pat Whitham of Shepley has added to the delightful confusion by sending me a copy of the dialect dictionary Chelp And Chunter
by Ian McMillan (Collins, pounds 5.
It is I suppose quite fun to wave the arms and chunter
away about an Independent Welsh Republic with its own seats in the UN and EU as long as it is not going to actually happen.
YOU are your harshest critic and sometimes that means you do that chunter
thing, you know, when you talk under your breath to yourself, moaning about things nobody else noticed.