However, requiring the police report incidents that hurt others' feelings is a waste of police resources, and tends to remind one of the teary-eyed tattletales
in grade school.
According to a mole, AU has been spreading all sorts of unsavory tattletales
According to trusted celebrity real estate tattletales
The scold's bridle (or brank's bridle, or branks) is an artifact we now see on display in museums, but from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries in Europe (England, Wales, Germany, and Scotland) it was used to punish women who had a lashing, scathing tongue, to punish chatterboxes, gossips, busybodies, yentas, yakety yaks, nags, harpies, shrews, vixens, quibblers, spitfires, hags, magpies, blabbermouths, loudmouths, prattlers, tattletales
, hawkers, fussbudgets, floozies .
We're going to Goosebumps, Tattletales
and The Pink Pony.
Children learn that no one loves a tattletale
, and whistleblowers can be seen as the tattletales
of the business world, so there is a very real threat of retaliation against those individuals who point out wrongdoing.
8) In contrast, many others view whistleblowers as tattletales
who are only out to satisfy their own "political, ethical, moral, or personal agendas" while embarrassing their co-workers and employers.
I should have kept a journal for a senior soap opera based on the many he said/she said tattletales
who would come into my office to tell their side of the story.
But we also became a nation of snoops and tattletales
Do we really want these Big Brother tattletales
picking our pockets?
Then denounced her to him , Claiming I couldn't swim-- Don't you know we hate tattletales
was on when he sank onto the couch with his coffee.