When people expect perfection from themselves, often one little slip-up sends them into a tailspin and back to the old eating habits with a "what's the use" mentality.
It was some sort of trick to get her to slip up.
Or he might not after her accidental slip-up.
Even if he makes an obvious clerical slip-up he is entitled to correct his mistake if he does so within a reasonable time.
The high-flying Swans turned in a solid display to come away with the points, and Jackett was pleased to avoid a slip-up.
We have to make the most of the slight slip-up, " said Boanas.
Although, she can take comfort in the fact that even German born Queen Silvia of Sweden still has the occasional slip-up in public.
You might just forgive the odd style slip-up with a setting like this, tho.
We have to make the most of the slight slip-up, said Boanas.
If they slip up and down and out of the shoe a bit, then you've got on a pair that's too big.
Many other celebs have experienced a malfunctioning wardrobe since Janet Jackson's slip-up in 2004, but none have received the same amount of publicity.
Even the rich and famous make mistakes, and when celebrity oops pictures capture the moment, the world can easily witness the slip-up when the photos appear online.
Though her slip-up set Twitter on fire, viewers were mostly forgiving.
In addition, the heel of the shoe should not slip up and down as you walk.
If you slip up occasionally along the way, that's perfectly normal too.
Without a support system in place, it's easy to slip up and tell yourself you'll try to be "good" tomorrow.
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