Contempt for flunky
failures NOTHING A J Hubble writes is devoid of right wing prejudices, again he fails to make valid comparisons.
Perhaps she felt too awful to care, or maybe a palace flunky
snuck up and put it on her head when she wasn't looking, but the hat worn by the Duchess of Cambridge to greet the President of Singapore was perilously close to pretzel territory.
Erdoy-an on Tuesday called Watson a "flunky
" and an "agent" for his coverage of anti-government protests days after police harassed him live on air.
That's right, why not open up Buckingham Palace when the Queen is in - because if Her Majesty gave the guided tours, herself, rather than some no-mark flunky
, the apparently cash-strapped royals could recoup even more money.
She slept in Egyptian cotton sheets flunky
: sleeping every night, in five-star hotels, on private planes, eating caviar, partying with Terry Richardson all night, wearing my clothes..."
tw co lo sh When a flunky
tried to pick up her bags at the carousel, she told them to not touch them "cause hth that's my s***".
August 9: Sisters of the Gion August 23: Koda Kara Sodo (Kid Commontion) August 23: Kashiben Gambare (Flunky
No doubt she could have got a flunky
to go and buy her and Wills' dinners but she went herself (and looked very glamorous doing it).
A clipboard flunky
couldn't recognise the crooner as she was dressed from head-to-toe in baggy cover-up clothes.
After repeatedly getting bogged down in a sea of mud, fashion icon Coleen, fiancAe of England and Manchester United star WAYNE ROONEY, was forced to send a flunky
into town to buy her some cowboy boots.
Under Reagan, State Department flunky
Otto Reich infamously informed NPR staffers that they were "Moscow on the Potomac." In one account of the meeting, former NPR correspondent Bill Buzenburg told The American Prospect that Reich "launched into a strict ideological attack, meant to bring pressure on NPR to change its coverage....
The cake was scrapped and a flunky
was hastily dispatched to buy a Lottery ticket from the nearest shop.