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I laughed right the way through Spamalot - it was so very silly and interminably British and took me back to my favourite comedies as a child, shows like Maid Marian and Her Merry Men, Blackadder and of course Monty Python's Flying Circus.
During two interminably long hours, we're subjected to a stream of horror cliches, from scares in the mirror to people forgetting to turn the lights on in spooky cellars.
During two interminably long hours, we're subjected to a stream of horror cliches, from scares in the mirror to the old screeching-cat-in-the-cupboard routine, to people forgetting to turn the lights on when checking out a spooky cellar.
Just as the good guys are interminably good, the bad guys are relentlessly bad.
Regarding the interminably wanted salary increase, the President of UCC said that "the Kataeb party is an essential component of the UCC and has cooperated fully in this matter in order to attain positive results.
There's the risk of missing the trailers by joining the popcorn queue, which here seem interminably slow.
Some sophisticates who don't mind dragging the game out interminably use six or even seven-letter words.
We want dark rooms in which to sit interminably, without the Minotaur (minatory) sunlight goading us around with its shadow patterns on the sidewalk.
FINAL FANTASY XIII-2 (16+) Xbox 360, PS3 Out: Wednesday THE interminably linear Final Fantasy XIII disappointed even the franchise's most fervent fans (of which, in the interests of full disclosure, I am one).
Calling excommunication a measure to make people "realize the error of their ways," the bishop says he believes dialogue is "important" but "must have an exit" and is "not just simply talking interminably.
now dragging on and on interminably, like his high school years did.
JANUARY can be a hard month thanks to the post Christmas blues and the winter stretching interminably ahead.