And while introducing the topic the former reporter, who hails from Cheshire, provided a perfect demonstration of the importance of not dropping your aitches
And although he had many revolting habits - such as dropping his guts - he didn't sneer at everyone who dropped their aitches
And her hubby David is so concerned about dropping his aitches
that he puts them where they don't belong.
Clearly Steve's mispronunciation and exaggerated dropping of aitches
add to the eccentricity of him and the evening, but his pleasant demeanour seems to conquer these obstacles.
My hopes were raised, and then dashed, by a couple of Aitches
of Disappointment, with which you will probably be familiar.
To me it's liKe watching an episode of 90210 starring a shop window full of Bratz dolls who've magically come to life, habitually drop their aitches
and struggle with their stilted dialogue.
I drop my aitches
, I suffer with an asthma-related condition that means I speak with a gravelly voice," the Sun quoted him as saying.
Try as I may I couldn't get my aitches
right and I kept putting them in the wrong places.
The Prime Minister's way of getting 'matey' with the electorate involves removing most of the Ts and all of the aitches
from his words.
When Aladdin grovels to the Princess of China (Amy Frasier articulating in that kooky screech normally associated with the batty woman in Will and Grace) he mispronounces his aitches
putting an aspirate into the word: 'Honour' where certainly God never intended one.
Viewing figures have dropped like aitches
at a Mitchell knees-up, but even now she blames the show's predicament on cast illnesses and pregnancies.
David Evans has shown, whether you approve of his message or not, that bellowing from the terraces, dropping aitches
, and letting the grammar look after itself is far more effective than an entire regiment of think- tanks with a flotilla of image-makers thrown in.