Tho I consider myself a cheery soul, this man made me look like a miserable curmudgeon in comparison to his genuine bonhomie.
The script was originally by famed sci-fi curmudgeon Harlan Ellison and re-written by D.
A curmudgeon, Bobby's interactions are often humorous and doused in salt of the earth.
Clearly, I only play a curmudgeon in the newspaper.
Our friend and colleague Bob Shimizu tells us that he is studying to become a curmudgeon in his old age.
Perhaps all this has made me into an old curmudgeon that has little sympathy for what has gone on in or out of academia.
Yes, but without becoming " a grumpy old curmudgeon " .
Famous now as Britain's most lovable curmudgeon, Arthur Smith arrived at UEA in 1973 to study Comparative Literature.
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