Letting slip another lead Late goals at Luton, against Millwall and now at Bristol have cost Boro a huge wodge
What luck, then, that a creepy client wants to give her a big wodge
of cash for a "discreet physical relationship".
And, when they find a week's worth of clothes, a new burner phone and a huge wodge
of cash, DS Armstrong and Co quickly deduce that she wasn't packing for an evening at the youth club.
And when they look inside to discover a week's worth of clothes, a brand new burner phone and a rather huge wodge
of cash, DS Lisa Armstrong and co quickly deduce that she wasn't packing for an evening at the youth club.
My wife and I duly turned up with our great file of documentation, which included a five-year record of electricity accounts, very kindly provided by the Cyprus Electricity Authority, and an enormous wodge
of bank statements covering the last five years of transactions.
As the couple were greeted by the hotel receptionist, Pricey pulled out a wodge
of [pounds sterling]20 notes and handed some over to pay for their night's accomodation.
Mum would hand over the wodge
of cash, then go home and wait for the tickets to arrive in the post.
The HACIENDA LOPEZ DE HARO, RIOJA RESERVA 2012 (PS12.95, Ultracomida) is a blend of a great wodge
of tempranillo sprinkled with some graciano and garnacha that has been aged for 20 months in a mix of French and American oak.
The juices soaked into the wodge
of toast, while crisped parsley prevented the whole thing becoming a study in beige.
Elsewhere, Gretna 2008 made it two wins in a row with a 3-1 victory over Vale of Leithen thanks to goals from Iain Anderson, Dan Wodge
and Jack Smith.
She's the social media entrepreneur with the dating game app that's totally over Lord Sugar's head, but which he knows could make him a massive wodge
Marriages break-up, lives collapse, and moral compasses go skewiff at the slightest sniff of a suitcase filled with wodge