"What exactly is the surprise at the foot of the stairs?" "There isn't one." "So what is the surprise?" "Well our Ashley is usually all mouth and trousers, a big girl's blouse, like, but he's only gone and brayed Big Eric on't lug 'oil for mithering
Our constant mithering
is a source of wonderment to our colonial cousins across the pond.
Jack and Vera Duckworth - CORONATION STREET One of television's most endearing and memorable couples, Jack and Vera provided soap fans with hundreds of laughs over the years with their constant bickering and Jack's intolerance of Vera's persistent mithering
I love the idea of Charlie mithering
politicians about the issues they clearly don't give a monkey's about.
IGNORE all the Manchester mithering
this derby day - and spot the Elephant in the room.
Leggy Elena Komleva, 29, from the city of Cheliabinsk in southern Russia stuck the ad on her Vkontakt page (the Russian equivalent of Facebook) is trying to appease her mithering
mum who is hellbent on being a granny.
So stop your mithering
and man up!" So I'm manned-up and here I am, at my desk as per usual, and what strikes me (apart from the rosy tint in my delirium-driven glasses) is quite how much I'd like me to make me a bed on the sofa, bring me a comic, warm Ribena and cold, carefully folded flannels, and most of all - and I can't tell you quite how much I crave this - cook me a 1960s steak and kidney pie out of a tin.
I suspect Cornishmen and women really do spend time in pubs muttering into their pints (pronounced points), generally mithering
about the English.
When he sees me, he doesn't want me mithering
as well - besides he just tells me to shut up."
Then I could spend another few years listening to you idiots moaning and whingeing, and mithering
on about something you know nothing about.
She returned to the festival the next day with Smith and friends but ignored calls from Alex who she felt was "mithering
His new show is entitled Life is Pain, so expect plenty of middle-aged mithering