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The "f*** off" she advocates is the retort of the witlessly tonguetied, the punctuation of the illiterate.
That the plot is convoluted and ridiculous isn't really a problem, but by playing things completely chronologically--and worse, soberly--this film's shenanigans feel witlessly arbitrary in a way that the previous installments avoided.
As The X Factor has gone witlessly downmarket so Strictly Come Dancing, by recruiting their new judge from the Royal Ballet, has gone upmarket.
If our children are to be inspired by anyone, let it be the sportsmen and women who have devoted years of their lives to improving themselves, rather than reality TV stars who stagger witlessly from one nightclub to another.
It also doesn't help when Kenny Dalglish witlessly imposes a three-line whip on his players to back Suarez with that ridiculous t-shirt protest when the Evra row broke.
8) Which leading government minister was accused of witlessly "lowering the tone" after picking up GQ magazine's Politician of the Year award and saying: "I'm not sure who actually reads the political pages of GQ magazine.
And as we pick up where we left off, with episodes originally due to be screened last week, Maria witlessly stumbles into the Underworld siege.
Tom Hollander is witlessly wonderful as the mild-mannered minister suffering from foot-inmouth disease, while the foulmouthed wrath of Peter Capaldi's hilariously brutal spin-doctor is the film's driving force.
Once a brave new field of holistic education dedicated to better understanding the world and its cultures, global education was accused of being witlessly uncritical, amorphous, and even un-American.
He collects shoes, tools, and sticks--and of course, anything that we've witlessly left untied down--and this fills an hour or two.
By doubling these characters, the same actor both deceives and reveals, spins lies and miscommunicates truths, stands in silence and dribbles verbosity, manipulates artfully and bumbles witlessly.