I'd actually watch the preposterous show if someone from Emmerdale rolled their trousers up, wore bells and flailed a hankie
at the judges.
Like the late Luciano Pavarotti, he also carries a white hankie
. Unlike Pavarotti, Easterby then uses the hankie
to blow his nose mid-song.
One reader continues to remind me via email of her rating system for Olympic stories: The hankie
. My recent story on short-track speedskater John-Henry Krueger earned three hankies
, she said.
"When it comes to picking a dress for the night, I always choose one which has a hiding place for a hankie
BRING a hankie
if you are coming out to share in the Giants' World War I story, the city's head of culture has said.
I also saw a veteran street cop pull a big hankie
like this out of his cargo pocket.
Put a cutlass in my mouth and a black hankie
on my head and I could have acted in Pirates of the Caribbean.
Three of the six prints by the Big Yin - Walkies, Pink Tie & Hankie
and Blue Angel - are no longer available after dozens of the copies were snapped up for PS625 each.
When he went for a card with a purple hankie
glued to it, they were out of stock but the bloke said, "I can get you one from our Huddersfield branch."
MOPPING his face with a white hankie
, Spandau Ballet singer Tony Hadley looks like he's had it after a gym session.
A member of the Montana Committee for the Humanities Speaker's Guild, Blanding has been talking to to audiences about the hankie
Unlike other damsels in distress, Jonathan Lasker refuses to drop the hankie
, resolutely holding on to disjunction, preexisting systems, and the impossibility of direct expression.