DRAGON'S DEN returned for its zillionth
series last week and, other than a personnel overhaul (including one bloke who looked like a hastily remoulded waxwork of former Dragon Theo Paphitis), things were drudgingly familiar.
I really believe this is a great deal for the citizens of Worcester,'' City Manager Edward Augustus stressed for the zillionth
time, through gritted teeth, perhaps attempting to forestall the inevitable what's-in-it-for-us fest that followed.
WE ALSO heard about Russia's principled stand on the Cyprob for the zillionth
time and were informed by Nik about the "mutual understanding" between the two countries which supported "each other on all issues but primarily on the Cyprus issue, the economy and the Ukrainian crisis.
Horse racing: McCoy gets one zillionth
winner and one zillionth
injury, Ryan Moore relentless and unrecognised.
Watching Israel's reign of terror return to Gaza once again with full vindictive force over the past few days though, targeting a helpless, defenseless civilian population for the zillionth
time while the world stands and stares, one tends to join people like Ahmadinejad in their wishful thinking.
Bhansali might have been the zillionth
filmmaker to have tried a new twist to the Bard's play, but most in the audience enjoyed decoding the desi interpretation of the Shakespearean play written in the 15th century, which still hasn't lost its relevance.
Hopefully things will calm down soon and we can get back to mince pies, tinsel and Love Actually on TV for the zillionth
We could have gone for the same old solution and done the zillionth
institutional, solemn commercial about Machu Picchu, the Incans and everything rise for Peruvians who are tired of that theme.
But if you consider yourself a petrolhead don't start bawling your eyes out, as we're not, for the zillionth
time, about to have a pop at the sport for the yawn-inducing spectacle on the track.
The whole show was utterly nauseating and disgusting, making people around the world wonder for a zillionth
time why the world's most powerful democracy turns putty in the hands of a tiny rogue state.
ASWEhear that Alevel results are ''better than ever before''for about the zillionth
consecutive year we are also told that universities acrossEurope are openly 'touting' for those British studentswhocan''t cut the mustard at British universities.
Stephen Hawking says if this rate was one zillionth
of a second slower at the time of the Big Bang, the universe would have collapsed at that time.