At first he had been humbly thankful, too, that they had sent him to this Godforsaken
Congo post instead of court-martialing him, as he had so justly deserved; but now six months of the monotony, the frightful isolation and the loneliness had wrought a change.
"What gets me, Henry, is what a chap like this, that's a lord or something in his own country, and that's never had to bother about grub nor blankets; why he comes a-buttin' round the Godforsaken
ends of the earth--that's what I can't exactly see."
The mighty armies have been relegated to the fringes where they plan, execute and command their armies against motley gangs of insurgents, rebels and belligerents in godforsaken
tracts of land.
Nothing says style savvy and optimism in this godforsaken
world like a vibrant pair of these.
"In two years' time when she is being rolled out to some godforsaken
dark wet city in freezing conditions, I think she is going to wonder why she agreed to this," she said.
It's about the only social life we get in this godforsaken
dump.' 'I may come.
But it remains a strategic outpost for access to the Mediterranean and the godforsaken
places east of Cyprus and south of Sicily.
Nor did he take a trip across that broken road and Godforsaken
landscape to visit the site of the Bon Secours home in Tuam.
"A pretty godforsaken
place" - Muslim Tory Baroness Sayeeda Warsi's description of the current political scene.
We read about food banks every single day in this godforsaken
country, so a bit of good news on the front page of the Daily Record would actually be a nice change.
"The root cause was four godforsaken
Muslim drunkards who were travelling in their three-wheel which was slightly hit a vehicle driven by the Sinhalese victim.
It's led by Scouse centurion David Morrissey, who calls our island 'a godforsaken
sh*thole in the middle of nowhere'.