hopeless failure

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Don't squander the gold of your days, listening to the tedious, trying to improve the hopeless failure, or giving away your life to the ignorant, the common, and the vulgar.
Yet Jack had a brilliant career in management, whereas Bobby was a hopeless failure at it.
The Italian was neither a roaring success nor a hopeless failure during his time at the England helm but he has an impressive managerial cv and it would not be the greatest surprise if he presided over an improvement in Russia's fortunes.
It will, of course, take a lot more to regain the faith lost following last year''s hopeless failure.
These experiments on monkeys are destined to be yet another cruel and hopeless failure.
It legitimises itself by offering forms of consumption that advertise, arrogantly and foolishly, the hopeless failure of all previous societies.
And once inside the theatre, it became abundantly clear that cricket fans enjoy analysing hopeless failure almost as much as they do basking in the glory of success.
After visiting Georgia on numerous occasions I discovered I'm a perfectionist - so even a little "naughty" food moment means I instantly feel like a hopeless failure, have ruined a diet and I abandon it.
Talk to your fellow Liverpool fans about the transfer deals they deem to be 'questionable' and I'll bet any player named was a hopeless failure in a red shirt.
And finally - when his family were about to find out he was nothing but a hopeless failure - this Dr Jekyll and Monsieur Hyde turned into a mass murderer.
He said: "There could be a school of thought which said, 'Let's make sure this is a hopeless failure because that, in a way, is the case for having a referendum on a Welsh parliament.
But I must admit it is uncomfortable feeling to realise that, exhausted by the extraordinary failure of their hopeless failure, the producers now seem to agree with me.