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drivel

saliva flowing from the mouth; slaver
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And therefore, I believe that there should definitely be some action taken against those who are promoting this nonsense because it is damaging, it is propagating completely unscientific drivel," she added.
They feed us with a diet of drip-drip-drip drivel about it.
Surely even he cannot take his sort of drivel in a serious vein?
There's really no comparison between his father John's far more intense character explorations and ``Alpha Dog,'' but after such melodramatic drivel as ``John Q'' and ``The Notebook,'' it's heartening to see Nick's facility for naturalistic drama and unique relationships emerge.
Other books written by the comedian include Cruel Shoes, Pure Drivel, Shop Girl and The Pleasure of My Company.
Will he or she turn into a Man in Chair someday, with a treasured old CD of the show, recognizing that it was drivel but dotty about it nonetheless?
He said: "Seeing these comments from AC, if I were him I'd drop this drivel and start thanking his team.
His constant drivel, then a few big words that make some people including myself reach for the dictionary, accompanied by a lot of hot air, then a final attempt at being a comedian is just about played out.
There is none of the self-opinionated drivel that characterises some of the more "famous" wine-writers.
Instead we had to sit through hours of dross, drivel and nonsense before Brian, Britain's dullest man, was crowned winner.
Livingstone, who might hate cars but doesn't mind chalking up thousands of pounds in taxi bills on his expenses, claims he's doing it to protect the environment from these gas guzzlers which, of course, is drivel.
Last year, ``Ray'' won its star, Jamie Foxx, an Oscar that was as deserved as the rest of the film was predigested drivel.