Full to the gunnels
on this more-ish pub grub, we decided to pass on dessert in order to leave some room for birthday cake back at home.
The so-called design consortium is obviously full to the gunnels
with bird brains from a different planet.
Brands Hatch will be filled to the gunnels
this weekend, willing Hodgson to the chequered flag and on towards the world title and quite possibly MotoGP.
A school spokesman said: "They've taken tents and they loaded a bus and trailer to the gunnels
with baked beans, crisps and goodies.
We've seen posh students dousing themselves in champagne, loads of alcohol being wheeled into Downing Street, the BBC director-general walking away with his pockets stuffed to the gunnels
after only a few days in the job and people avoiding paying their fair share of taxes.
But then I've always thought that the perfect hospital for friend" seem most health boards is one which stuffed to the gunnels
with executives, computers and vending machines but without anything troublesome such as nurses, doctors and patients.
Taking over the former site of the short-lived Moo Bar, it's a massive space packed to the gunnels
with all the Irish bric-a-brac you'd expect.
On a bitterly cold and snowy night I expected to see more people on stage than in the audience, but the jazz bar, which puts on a lot of eclectic acts, was packed to the gunnels
when The Last Battle came on.
Or if you do, don't bother crawling to the phone and dialing 999.You probably won't get an ambulance because they will be full to the gunnels
with drunks and their self-inflicted injuries.
With his plane packed to the gunnels
with a cargo of stunners, it wasn't exactly a hard day at the office.
Shops are stuffed to the gunnels
with them these days.