Stupidity and cack-handedness
mitigates against sophistication.
The spotlight has moved away from the mishandling of Jean-Claude Juncker's nomination as European commission president, but the cack-handedness
continues behind closed doors.
We shouldn't be surprised by the cack-handedness
of the UK Government in relation to this decision.
Far better was Claudia's cack-handedness
and panic, and Paralympian Ellie Simmonds' infectious, uncontrollable giggling while trying to pipe cream into her eclairs.
Played by the great Bill Maynard, Selwyn Froggitt was a donkey-jacketed, accident-prone whirlwind of destruction who managed to demolish almost everything he touched, although this unparalleled cack-handedness
was forever overshadowed by his enormously effusive good-nature.
The trouble is I've inherited my dad's cack-handedness
Tilsley's actions in attempting to bully the Lunar Society into axing the Adonis speech were ludicrous; but to place his threats in an email that he must have known would be made public showed an astonishing cack-handedness
, even by Tilsley's standards.
has left the FA hugely embarrassed, with efforts being made to prevent the issue dominating the entire build-up to the Millennium Stadium clash.
With that kind of cack-handedness
, what chance have they got of ever catching a noncanine criminal?
Alex Loudon supplied Trott with perfect support, abetted by a flurry of Sussex cack-handedness
But it seems many do view bankruptcy as an easy method of dealing with their past financial cack-handedness
Now, if it wasn't for my practical cack-handedness
, I could be making that sort of dosh.