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Enemy of the piffle-splicing yattering yobbos of yearning!
The Vatican has steered the same pro-UN course for many decades and under four or five Popes, without ever showing any doubts; one wonders whether the ugly comedy of Ahmedinajad yattering away will do anything to wake them up. kate b
On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
True, Guy Ritchie will be losing the love of his life and the mother of his son forever, but at least he won't have a veiny middle-aged woman hanging around all the time yattering away in the world's least convincing British accent with her vagina hanging out.
Like everybody else she had heard first the sounds of battle — the mechanical yattering of machine-guns, the snap of rifles, the short bursts of automatics, the muffled bass timpani of shells — and she had heard afterwards the unending crackling of the firing squads.
Through the murk she glimpsed an elderly woman in the back of the car, bending the driver's ear, yattering on and on at him.
And now let us stop calling names like a couple of women yattering over a cracked jar at the wellhead.
There's mair talk nor sense aboot them, I'm thinkin '-- the yattering parrots.'
They will be out talk-talking, yatter-yattering when the kye are being milked in the morning.
We need to be immersing ourselves in the real-time river of non-stop yattering that is happening on Friendfeed.
So I got to hear a group of teen girls yattering on about the colours and 'oh my God I just love the pleats', a couple wherein a largish woman said to her smallish husband as she pointed to a tiny blouse - "I like that top but it's not me," he nodded but kept his mouth shut, the two college guys made "kiss kiss" sounds aiming at the mannequin in the bikini, it was fun.
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