He adds: "The Lucozade Project is a bit tongue
in cheek - I like whimsy - but there is a serious aim.
Debra, 36, a hairdresser, said: "It's one of my favourite songs and we knew we had to do something that was a bit tongue
That may sound a bit tongue
in cheek but it's a fact.
He added: "I was on the board of the CBSO for seven years in the 1990s so my entry was a little bit tongue
A spokesman for Kennedy said: 'Nigel was amazed at the gaffe and told the journalist concerned he would be pulling out of the tour, but it was all a bit tongue
A little bit tongue
in cheek, but something we all refer to as the 'Nike virus'.
He said: "I read the comments from Sir Alex and they seemed a bit tongue
That even includes Andy Howell, who has set up a Facebook page, even if it is a bit tongue
It must have been a bit tongue
in cheek - I sincerely hope so," laughed Bruce.
Stockton spokesman Terry Wilson said: "I suppose you could say that the decision to include 'Bernie' in the list was made either on a wing and a prayer or perhaps a bit tongue
in cheek, as we hadn't actually seen him since he sustained a shoulder injury via a vigorous rucking practice.
I used to be on the board on the CBSO for seven years in the 1990s so my entry was a little bit tongue
Yes, of course his column is very readable and sometimes amusing, and, yes, I realise that some of the opinions that he espouses maybe are a bit tongue
in cheek, but I think it's a shame that his rantings against socalled benefit cheats (ECHO, August 12), his illiberal and clichd "thoughts" and generally bashing all the usual tabloid unfortunate suspects is quite beneath him.