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“In his mind, these incitements to party down, combined with all the jack-the-lad funnies, are slowly transforming him from Bullingdon Club toff to a latterday Jacko from Brush Strokes.”
“Maybe by showing that he was taking care of Pete, if accompanying a known alcoholic to the pub could strictly be called taking care of, he would somehow impress her, show her that he was more than just another jack-the-lad.”
“And now he was knackered anyway, his carefully cultivated jack-the-lad image making the truth about him all the more sensational.”
“Such talk sits at odds with Nigel Kennedy's public jack-the-lad persona.”
“He's more than just an all-round jack-the-lad good egg.”
“Mentor Gary Barlow is playing a risky game by casting him as jack-the-lad, complete with footage of the unwashed urchin out on the tiles.”
“He was a very likeable, jack-the-lad type of bloke.”
“Alongside his jack-the-lad image, however, Higgins had a darker side.”
“In fact, they turned not to Enda, but to Henry's other children, before eventually settling for the one in the middle, a bit of a jack-the-lad at the time, who was most keen on the job.”
“But now it looks horribly like I'm going to have to moderate this roving jack-the-lad behaviour.”
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