The most inveterate croaker and grumbler
in the world--and yet, according to his own account, the only cheerful man in the whole ship's company.
I don't say it is for this that they exist--for I am a child among you worldly grumblers
, and not called upon to account to you or myself for anything--but it may be so.
A cynical, gallows humour grumbler
maybe, and a vocal critic when need be, but not a boo boy.
Whether he is innocent or guilty of striking Gillespie, the yarn will live on and be embroidered into the current perception of Shearer as an incurable moaner and grumbler
since returning in January.
Bill Wells & Aiden John Moffat @ Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff (Thursday) * ONCE the lead grumbler
in Glasgow's premiere musical miserablists Arab Strap, Aiden Moffat has long carved out a curmudgeonly career as the furrowed brow behind some pretty seminal lovelorn and booze-soaked tales of unrequited lusting.
IF there was a Pulitzer prize for the biggest grumbler
then surely your correspondent LW of Tynemouth (EC, Sept 11) would be a qualifier.
I'm not a grumbler
," says Norma, the troubleshooter behind Spike's depressive genius.
She's normally a very happy young woman and not a grumbler
, so I took her words to heart.
once gave the Tories pounds 5million - its single biggest ever gift - and Cameron would dearly love another dollop of dosh from his fellow Old Etonian.
Now Keegan is ready to off-load his Gallic grumbler
and use the cash to strengthen his back four.
Coronation Street's Bill Waddington - veteran grumbler
Percy Sugden - got a shock in the post the other day.
12) Letter to the Glasgow Herald from 'A Grumbler
from Cornwall', 11 May 1911.