“New Hampshire, the so-called "First In The Nation" primary, is dull as ditchwater because of next-door neighbour Mitt Romney's domination there.”
“That includes Oprah, Tyler Perry, Anant Singh and all the brown folk who own or influence studios -- not to mention those who can write a decent script that defies stereotypes and gets beyond dull as ditchwater 'stories' that the industry constantly spews.”
“Then another strange thought hit me: David had said Gabe was “dull as ditchwater”—something we agreed about.”
“It is quintessentially English to look at something dull as ditchwater and find it interesting," said Hamish Thompson, who runs a public-relations firm and was in the audience.”
“A most estimable young woman and as dull as ditchwater, but he thought the world of her.”
“Those self indulgent dour as ditchwater lefties actually do believe that god is on their side.”
“I have a titanium railed one maturing in ditchwater somewhere about 60miles away, awaiting my return.”
“Brown may be as dull as ditchwater, but he has a certain gravitas (jowly, overweight etc), whereas the shiny faced boy will always look and act like what he is - a lightweight on the global stage.”
“Ugh — what the devil would you do in those damnable sickly gutters — floundering about in the brackish ditchwater?”
“No. All of Bush's speeches are dull as ditchwater and full of platitudes.”
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