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“Is this pasty-faced kid, Alexander McCobin, a member of Students for Liberty, suggesting that we must support “liberty” because we do not have “liberty”?”
“The writer is politically naive if he believes the present Tory regime, or its spineless, pasty-faced opposition, intend to improve matters.”
“Vampires – yes pasty-faced bloodsuckers – are the new, erm, black.”
“I seem to be the first customer of this week; a small boy stares at the pasty-faced foreigner who doesn't speak their language.”
“The smith had told her it was for sale and after meeting its pasty-faced, quasi-urban guerilla owner who spent more time staring at her breasts than worrying about the price he got for the gun, she completed the purchase.”
“Sometimes, in the free moments, circling about among the tables as he tried to win the door, the pasty-faced men gripped his coat-tails and flung him back at the swinging right of the on-rushing Patsy.”
“Worse still, the sense of sameness that pervades the look of the film – pasty-faced agents and snarling gangsters, dozens of murky rooms and grimy exteriors, too many of the same characters in repetitive dialogue – keeps it from building momentum or establishing a rhythm that would help the audience immerse themselves in the narrative or the time and place.”
“Every worn-out, pasty-faced pauper, every blind man, every prison babe, every man, woman, and child whose belly is gnawing with hunger pangs, is hungry because the funds have been misappropriated by the management.”
“Camel's a hard colour to wear and it would be wasted on a pasty-faced youth.”
“Why can't these pasty-faced barnacles—my contemporaries—get off the stage?”
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