Either the suffering Mrs Sakho endured an horrendously
long labour, for which we should all offer our sincere sympathies, or Mamadou enjoyed the mother of all wetting the baby's head sessions.
Well done, British voters, for docilely voting in five years of misery for the disabled, the sick and the very poor, and also for our wildlife, which will suffer horrendously
from such atrocities as an imminent national badger cull, despite all scientific evidence against it, re-legalised and rampant fox, hare, deer and mink hunting with hounds, and fox baiting and harecoursing.
It's a horrendously
strong qualifying group, if I'm forced to make a prediction, I don't see Ireland or Scotland getting through but it would be nice if one of them did," he said.
Ticket prices are horrendously
high unless you're savvy enough and able to buy tickets in advance specifying exactly the times of your journey.
Ted tries to redeem himself, but his efforts go horrendously
wrong, forcing Patrick to make a hard choice with his family's lives in the balance.
I CANNOT understand how "God's Chosen People", who were so horrendously
persecuted during the 1930s, could possibly bring themselves to persecute innocent civilians in Gaza.
This decision has broken the back of allotees who are retired government employees and are already under financial stress as the meagre pension being paid to them is horrendously
disproportionate to rampant inflation.
I'm happy to say I've had a lot better sex since then but it wasn't as horrendously
embarrassing as a lot of other people's were like my friend who got drunk and did it with a stranger under a bridge.
ONE DIRECTION: STORY OF MY LIFE SHRED (above) Hilarious redubbed and horrendously
out of tune version of the boyband's Dancing With The Stars performance.
In recent weeks there have been deliberate and horrendously
cruel killings of four or five cats.
The door continued to make a horrendously
loud droning sound which made it impossible to speak to each other.
It made me wonder again, just what is the attraction of being in such a horrendously
overcrowded shopping centre on a holiday?