After that, one can address Her Majesty as "Ma'am" as in jam not "Mar'am" as in smarm
There was no indication, though, of what was to follow when Smarm
, with trademark unctuousness, introduced "my illustrious guests" and made the obligatory remarks about "this traditional rite of spring" and "the love we all share for this great game we call racing".
mission has been approved as an Earth Observation Mission and led by the ESA.
Tony Blair, that most savvy-ofthem-all operator, was occasionally photographed at his local in his north east constituency to show he was really a 'man of the people' beneath all the smarm
, but few were taken in.
Porcelain, moon-faced dandy channelling the smarm
, yet none of the likeability of the late Bob Monkhouse, some say.
is an acquired taste, but, give him his due, he can at least interview people properly.
Albon took the opportunity to smarm
the charm, "on behalf of all your friends and colleagues", by thanking Homer for her services and wishing her every success in the future.
His friends speak of his charm; his enemies refer to his smarm
Whether it's rolling around on the floor in Little Havana with Elian Gonzalez or squinting down Florida state representative Randy Ball about gay adoption, Sawyer is deeply embedded in Aaron Brown-strength smarm
Certainly Hollywood has plenty of wanna-bes who could bring the appropriate amount of cheeky smarm
to such a dubious enterprise.
But I'm afraid the king of smarm
, Des Lynam, will be the first to greet you, writes Steve Palmer.
Changing society is reflected in how we went from the pomposity of David Jacobs, through the insipid twitterings of Noel Edmonds to the smarm
of Simon Bates.