Whether Cilla Black was clambering through a window after losing her keys, turning up to a showbiz wedding squiffy
on champagne or causing havoc on a Barbados beach, Paul O'Grady was usually by her side.
I got up at normal time to swan inside waving my ticket and drink myself squiffy
on Centre Court.
In a bravura pre-credits sequence we saw the slightly squiffy
DC Dinah Kowalska cabbing it home from a do, literally kicking her boyfriend to the kerb following an argument en route, before giving chase in her stocking feet to a murder suspect she'd just spied in her peripheral.
This half-hour one-off is so busy showing us the hosts and their guest getting squiffy
it forgot to explain that this wasn't just some hilariously random matchup.
This half-hour one-off is so busy showing the hosts and their guest getting squiffy
it forgot to explain that this wasn't just some hilariously random match-up.
CHRISTMAS coming early with Corrie getting Gail squiffy
on mulled wine.
GAZETTE writer Anthony Vickers takes a look at the biggest talking points of the match: AS a slightly squiffy
Delia Smith once said:"This is a message for the best supporters in the world.
I was about to say that during the summer I flutter from pub to pub like a squiffy
butterfly, but that's not actually true - the ghost of my pre-kids self can still be seen wafting around the beer gardens of north London, glugging chardonnay and thinking she's hilaaaaarious, but these days my summer fun is largely confined to my back garden, the kids and the sprinkler.
Then Al sheepishly confesses that he got a bit squiffy
at home the night before our interview while watching Brazil lose 7-1 to Germany in the World Cup semi-final.
Unfortunately, the troops were a little bit squiffy
when the rules were being explained and didn't grasp the skill aspect of the throwing.
With his friend Squiffy
, the water vole, and using the advice of friend Billy the goat, Dewi tries to nurse and rescue a burned rat named Bomber.
Comment by TimD All the years I've dodged through the streams of errant school-kids and students, folk not looking where they're going as they eat their hot spuds, and squiffy
pub-goers lurching around 'Spoons - and it never crossed my mind to rate that a "pleasant indoor experience.