Outraged locals l have started a petition, signed by almost 90,000 people, which points out that cuddly old Beardie
, with an estimated wealth of PS3.
A ghost frequently reported seen at Glamis is that of "Earl Beardie
," identified with both Alexander Lyon, 2nd Lord Glamis (died 1486), and Alexander Lindsay, 4th Earl of Crawford (died 1453), condemned by the Devil himself to play cards till doomsday.
Suddenly, some 'wheat germ on yogurt beardie
weirdie hipster in Silicon Valley decides that things on me phone need to look a bit different, be moved somewhere slightly less convenient and work in a way that I don't quite understand.
leading man Kieran Bew, in animal skins and leather, stars as the hero of the title, who kills a mysterious monster.
Northern Irish beardie
Martin Mor joins Justin Moorhouse, Andrew Bird and Kiri Pritchard-McLean, who is also previewing her Racist, Sexist, Comedy Show at the Rose Villa Tavern on Wednesday.
After all, it surely has a higher proportion of beardie
readers than any other UK newspaper.
The dogs - a giant schnauzer, a whippet cross and a beardie
cross - can change gear, steer and apply brake.
Motorbike riding, beardie
TV cooks Si King and Dave Myers arrived in Cardiff with a show part slapstick, part stand up and with a little bit of cooking thrown in.
Imagine the scene in your local pub, with not a beer paunch in sight, and all the beardie
tickers (real ale spotters) looking like 1980s versions of Arnie Schwarzenegger.
She said: "Quizzing is fractionally more male-dominated and gladiatorial than professional rugby league and populated by beardie
geeks and anoraks, with halitosis and low-level jobs, maybe because they spend every spare minute hoovering up obscure facts in order to clean up at pub quizzes.
And the hometown blues deepened yesterday when golden boy Lewis Hamilton, olden boy David Coulthard and beardie
boy Jenson Button all fell short of their personal targets.
In these days of modern enlightenment, however, us REAL real ale drinkers now know this is a shamefull stereotype that should be confined to the past (although sightings of this rare breed of Beerbellyius Beardie
Bombasticus may still be found in enclaves north of Burscough).