gobsmacked


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gobsmacked

A British term meaning to be completely astonished about something.
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AFTER watching the news last week, I was absolutely gobsmacked regarding the suggestion that drug addicts should get their fix on the NHS.
Cllr Jones, Labour ward councillor for Galley Common, said: "I'm gobsmacked.
Her mum Janet, 41, said: "She could have been seriously hurt - I was gobsmacked.
A MOTORIST watched gobsmacked as Andy and Lou lookalikes from Little Britain pinched his car.
We were both gobsmacked because the whole thing was so weird.
The producers behind Gobsmacked wanted to create a 'Stomp for voices' and Gobsmacked
When I sit and talk to him we're both gobsmacked - even he's gobsmacked by the reaction to the song.
IT takes a lot to shock Tracy, but she's gobsmacked when Rob snaps at her for moaning that Tina's still a pain in the neck even though she's dead.
Like the rest of the football world, I was absolutely gobsmacked when I saw the pictures of Suarez sinking his fangs into Italy's Giorgio Chiellini.
Audrey is gobsmacked by Maria's deceit, and the fact David knew.
He commented last night: "I'm thrilled, flattered and a little gobsmacked to have received this recognition from my country.
I was gobsmacked a couple of days later when the door bell rang and it was John, who was visiting relatives in Birmingham and had opted to deliver the book in person.