RECOVERED With Rebecca CHINESE BURN
One of "danger" sofas
So the last thing Birmingham need is an old 'friend' threatening to give them a Chinese burn
, which is precisely what is happening following Carson Yeung's worrying re-emergence last week.
If Jamie Oliver's thinking of keeping this sort of stuff out of the dinner hall, the nation's schoolkids should form a queue outside his front door and take it in turns to give him a Chinese burn
There is a whole sub-species of youngster who positively needs to have his pocket money nabbed, while being brought to his knees by the exquisite pain induced by an expertly rendered Chinese burn
Und zen I got ze beast wiza really nippy Chinese burn
They bounce right back, I'll give them that, but cranking up the punishment just a notch - let's say a mild Chinese burn
for example - is a sure way to put the whole sorry incident to bed.
The chief fear among Labour MPs is the possibility of a 'double-dip' recession, closely followed by a Chinese burn
from Gordon Brown.
No swanky meals this week,' said the editor, administering a playful Chinese burn
A punchy, nippy, Chinese burn
if I could lay my hands on him unhappy.
With its winning combination of excessive pain and glittery G-strings, WWE Smackdown: Here Comes The Pain is more fun than giving your boss a Chinese burn
Willie Young didn't have a grip on this game - it was more of a Chinese burn
FERRARI'S hopes of putting the Chinese burn
on champion Fernando Alonso have been dealt a shattering blow after Felipe Massa was hit with a 10-place penalty for tomorrow's race.