silly talk

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The old prince said that if he was ill it was only because of Princess Mary: that she purposely worried and irritated him, and that by indulgence and silly talk she was spoiling little Prince Nicholas.
I have noble Anchises for my father, and Venus for my mother; the parents of one or other of us shall this day mourn a son, for it will be more than silly talk that shall part us when the fight is over.
Do you remember that silly talk about how old Isaac could always play his fish?
If you come pestering me any more with your silly talk I'll set the dog at you.
With this league you can't go through a season unbeaten or any silly talk like that," he continued.
In an apparent reference to concerns being expressed over ownership and control at the airline, Fernandes also said, " Not that it was this silly talk driven by one reporter on foreign control.
If you work in marketing or sales, it would be better for you to change your career and work in another field … Something like a silly talk show.
It'll put an end to silly talk about Willie Mullins' domination and how it could ruin the Festival.
But, sure enough, the 'Ek Villain' star quashed all rumors of a rift between him and Varun stating that such silly talk does not affect the bonding between the two actors.
But that's what Stewart has been doing since 1999, when he inherited "The Daily Show,'' taking over from Craig Kilborn, who had launched it three years earlier as a nondescript chat show fueled by gags and silly talk.
And there'll be more of that silly talk in the coming weeks thanks to a Home Office report - trumpeted by Clegg - which claims punitive laws have no effect on curbing drug use.