It was hard not to feel like a rubbernecker
as you watched the actual crime scene footage.
Even a single rubbernecker
could cause a 'wave of deceleration' by momentarily slowing down to look at something interesting," he emphasised.
Her fourth novel Rubbernecker
was voted 2014 Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year.
He gained a stage reputation after appearing with Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant and Jimmy Carr in the 2001 Edinburgh Fringe Festival show Rubbernecker
, and has regularly supported Ricky Gervais since.
Belinda's new book, Rubbernecker
, takes readers into the grim surroundings of an anatomy class at Cardiff University Hospital as main character Patrick attempts to unravel the mysteries behind a murder nobody else suspects.
Yet, I do it anyway, just like the proverbial traffic accident rubbernecker
While looking at art, rainbows, or math, one runs no risk of being called a rubbernecker
or a looky-loo.
: When there has been an accident the rubberneckers
brake hard to have a good look.
Like a skittish rubbernecker
who quickly looks away at the last second from the scene of a gruesome accident, this performer does not really confront the grisly scene.
Second, when a rubbernecker
makes a trip to view an oil spill site, the trip is taken conditional upon oil having already been spilled.
Like Saint Francis of Assisi, who drank the pus of lepers in order to overcome his revulsion, Witkin is not a rubbernecker
, an exploiter, or a pessimist, but one who says Yes to everything questionable, even to the terrible.
As far as the cheque-signing commercial men are concerned, Glasgow's tribal divide is the biggest rubbernecker
in the business.