As those humourless
lefties know, the only rational response to the idea that 'politics should be kept out of sport' is one of muted laughter.
I've since read humourless
and politically motivated tirades against a "humourless
" country not laughing at similar provocation by an insensitive, publicityseeking celebrity ass.
Saffron is a quirky, impulsive child who would drive a humourless
Oh, it's the humourless
of the nation grinding their teeth as they watch "the long-haired loafer" swan about his patch of heaven, digging up carrots and breathlessly brushing off his spuds.
AS IF we needed any more proof how bubble-brained David Beckham is, the posse of humourless
chimps who mind him hit a new low this week by pulling the plug on a smart bit of electioneering by Swiss ref turned-politician Philippe Leuba.
While his ownership would be infinitely preferable to seeing it sold to a bunch of humourless
Koreans, I say Jaguar is in perfectly safe hands and should stay with Ford.
While Sue Lawley, the show's current incumbent, can occasionally be a bit too pushy and humourless
, she was a big improvement on the programme's founder Roy Plomley, an excr uciating interviewer who never varied his questioning from one week to the next.
I am sure I can't be alone in despairing of the usual earnest, navel-gazing, humourless
content of Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand.
To some extent it was all vaguely humourless
in spite of the comedy sequences with a nutty psychiatrist.
By the way, to accuse the Puritans and the Nonconformists of being humourless
A grim, humourless
group of people, they systematically chip away at the country's moral foundations.
Leaving aside the fact that the writer clearly doesn't appreciate that the diary is in itself the old rogue's last great joke on the humourless
, Ashworth's reference to Sir William Rous, Wyatt's supposedly preferred candidate for the Tote Chairmanship, showed all the classic hallmarks of bigotry and inverted snobbery.