Was it her fault if she did not possess those sycophantic
arts which her hypocritical nephew, Pitt Crawley, practised?
Perhaps if Welsh Labour were to listen to patients or frontline NHS staff, and not to their sycophantic
appointees, they would be able to see the facts that are so blindingly obvious to us.
But most of all, it's a definite indication that the poppet needs to escape the sycophantic
world of the boyband bubble and find some normal pals who'll tell him when he's heading out on the town looking like his nan's duvet.
Same set, songs, dancers, lighting, pyrotechnics, shouty intros and sycophantic
However, I would rather be shot at the stake than sing the so-called National Anthem, which I consider to be a cringingly embarrassing, sycophantic
dirge and an insult to the country, its people and democracy.
Although, I find this sycophantic
, Oscar speech like letter from George, pouring flattery on himself along with other recently deselected councillors, a stomach churning read.
I wouldn't have been surprised if, during the ad break, the sycophantic
Burley had asked to borrow someone's cap she could do it to the Prime Minister.
That is why BDI and PDSH initiate campaigns of fat lies against every fresh and new power that might threat their comfortable sycophantic
The Queen Could Sing Along IT'S a sycophantic
song that the masses sing along, God Save the Queen, it's sick, it's obscene, It's antiquated, it's out of date, farcical, Verging on control, of all we could ask the Lord to save, We beg and chant God Save the Queen, A lovely person she may be but what's wrong With our people are they blind can they truly Not see that the sentiments of our national anthem Are a diabolical travesty, we should be singing, God forgive Our Godforsaken land, let your love for us all be seen Save us Lord from hate, fear and tyranny, an anthem, A worthwhile song with true national sentiments That the Queen could also sing along.
RE: Mr R Cooper's letter of July 27, the reason a royal baby produces nationwide sycophantic
adoration is mainly due to most of the media's coverage.
The reward for killjoy of the week, however, must go to a little-known website called Born Equal, which has urged its supporters to be on the watch for any hint of the BBC celebrating, rather than reporting on, the royal birth It says: "We want your examples of the most cringeworthy, tasteless and sycophantic
royal babyrelated programming across the BBC.
Most of it will be dull and all of it will be unquestioning and sycophantic