Nosy Parker


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Nosy Parker

after a meddlesome Elizabethan Archbishop of Canterbury. [Br. Hist.: Espy, 169]
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It's a little known fact that every now and then at parties I like to stilt walk; it's also a skill that is perfectly suited to seeing over hedges and walls if I feel the need to calm the nosy parker in me.
TELEVISION nosy parker Loyd Grossman has been looking Through The Keyhole of Britain's most famous homes.
The eight varieties - from the Double Parker to the Nosy Parker - emerged in a poll of 3000 motorists by online car retailer jamjar.
pounds 25 I ALWAYS thought my neighbour was a nosy parker and now I've been proved right.
Every time we refer to a hooligan, a nosy parker or even a lynch mob, we are using someone's name.
She should stick to what she knows and does best - she is fantastic as the nosy parker rifling through drawers and fridges.
First person on the scene was nosy parker Emily Bishop who saw Judy out cold on the concrete and asked: "Are you all right?
M's undercover nosy parker has been lurking around listening in on your intimate converstaions, the rogue
Before you knew it, every Nosy Parker could be poking around in your private life.
She is also Chief Crusader, Busybody and Nosy Parker.
But Coronation Street's legendary nosy parker Hilda Ogden is back.
The nosy parkers who love nothing more than cruising around getting your hopes up, even though they have no intention of buying.