lilylivered

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I think that everybody in England should look north of the border and wonder why we are such a lilylivered, mealy-mouthed country.
Neil Warnock's Welsh wobblers must be put to the buck without fear or favour - but they will not be if United produce the sort of lilylivered display of incompetence we saw when Fulham somehow kept the rarest of clean sheets at St James' Park before Christmas in a 0-0 draw.
Tim Gibbons emailed: "With numerous lilylivered players having pulled out of the Scotland squad because of alleged injuries, it's heartening to see Johnny Russell's total commitment to the cause.
We have tried the soft Lilylivered liberal way of sentencing, making prisons soft and trying to rehabilitate prisoners, and it has not worked.
Leave.EU campaign founder Arron Banks claimed was a "betrayal" by a "traitorous, lilylivered embarrassment of a Prime Minister".
Capturing the lilylivered President (Aaron Eckhart), the Koreans torture their way to the nuclear access codes and mercilessly shoot a dog.
John Senden, Nick O'Hern, Richard Green and Brett Rumford all have the tools to tame this track, but they are a lilylivered quartet who have cost their followers fortunes down the years.
But once you have accepted this, it's time for any lilylivered townie to push on and find out more about these bizarrely likeable creatures.
Once it had purged itself of lilylivered liberalism, it could win.
Don't let those lilylivered wimps change our course.
Mind you, those who pull on blackand-white are in the main, with a couple of exceptions, a bunch of lilylivered, gutless non-triers, but the trouble in football is that the man in charge of the dressing-room pays the ultimate price rather than those who cock a deaf 'un to everyone around them.
You can confiscate a blade but you can't behead someone for an outrageous comb-over - because lilylivered liberalists would have a field day.