He's talking, dare I say, utter cobblers.
Anyway, someone else's turn now to tell me I'm talking cobblers.
Meanwhile, Lawrie Dudfield from Hull and defender Tom Smith from Rotherham have both joined the cobblers on free transfers.
Posted by: Stuart | January 7, 2004 01:17 PM BMI is a load of old cobblers.
They were also, of course, complete cobblers.
Mr Swan spoke absolute cobblers all the way there.
You can't, and you're more likely to come across a load of total cobblers first.
Northampton's Scott McGleish has been handed a two-year contract extension after firing the Cobblers into League One.
Second choice would be Roy Keane, a midfield maestro that the Cobblers badly need.
monstrosity unrelenting crap that includes such monstrosities as Babe Station and some psychic cobblers, lies Game Guru and Live Wire.
snide diary piece in The Telegraph under the headline " Cobblers to the Commons " .
The only publicity that produced was a snide diary piece in The Telegraph under the headline " Cobblers to the Commons ".
In earlier and simpler times, mixed drinks such as sours and cobblers often contained far more basic ingredients than some of the complex drinks of contemporary times.
Cobblers are a classic mixed drink traditionally made with wine or sherry, citrus juice or fruit and sugar.
These days, cobblers are often mixed with any type of spirit and garnished with fresh fruit and mint.
Ettoufee, gumbo, seafood, barbeque, Creole dishes, cobblers, and pies are popular treats.
Centuries ago shoe cobblers were just as important as the baker, the butcher and the candlestick makers.
Some online cobblers will give you specific instructions for precise measurements.
It is loaded with cookie recipes, fruit desserts, pies and cobblers.
Celsus does not indeed repeat the Thyestean charges so frequently brought against Christians by their calumniators, but he says the Christian teachers who are mainly weavers and cobblers have no power over men of education.
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