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The brash 24-year-old is an unapologetic winner, but his lack of charm leaves many golf fans cold.
There was definitely an Obama-style use of social media and a lack of charm that left most of us bewildered" Former Bond-girl Fiona Fullerton, who was herself a Strictly Come Dancing contestant, on the activities of the BBC TV presenter during the show.
There was a lack of charm that left most of us bewildered.
There was definitely an Obama-style use of social media and a lack of charm that left most of us bewildered" Former Bond-girl Fiona Fullerton, pictured above, who was herself a Strictly Come Dancing contestant, on the activities of the BBC TV presenter during the show
I spluttered, not just at his lack of charm but at the size of his demand.
The leading man's lack of charm makes a mockery of his character's ability to sweet talk the female clientele of the hair salon into the back room, where he dazzles them with more than a cut and blow dry.
The leading man's lack of charm makes a mockery of his character's ability to sweet talk the female clientele, and centuries of conflict are neatly resolved as Israelis and Palestinians join forces in the closing minutes to defeat a greater foe: rampant American capitalism.
The leading man has a complete lack of charm throughout the film.
Sir Mark, who was known as 'Thickie Mork' at Harrow and who has been criticised for his lack of charm, was once described as 'a sort of Harrovian Arthur Daley with a famous mum'.
These are awful, lamentable developments - despite Stern's lack of charm or wit.
But no amount of technology can make up for the lack of charm and human warmth compared with the original.
But what makes TTIAO so embarrassing, so annoying, so utterly repellent, is the complete lack of charm, wit and spontaneity from people who - for the most part - should know far better.