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He'd just scored a hat-trick – thereby excelling in his chosen field – when a cameraman who, by all accounts, wasn't supposed to be standing that close to the players poked a lens in his fizzog.
Today, the US trades confirmed the rumours that George Lucas is to bring his entire six-film Star Wars saga back to the big screen in stereoscopic vision, starting with 1999's The Phantom Menace (because blooming Jar Jar Binks 'fizzog will naturally be infinitely less irritating in three dimensions than it was in two) in 2012.
Imagine if you'd been pulled from under the rubble and dust, after drinking the bathwater in the airless darkness for a week, and the first thing you saw was the grinning Baroness's fizzog - what would your reaction be?
You get a bit grumpy about snide remarks about the wat people look but, you have not been altogether complimentary about he personal habits and fizzog of politicians of whom you disapprove have you.
Vicious Imagery: My fizzog on a Scottish telly soon.
The above: for the wry smiles, coffee splurts, belly laughs, shit-eating grins and near-hysterical giggles you caused to wrack my brittle frame and split my fizzog.
What do you say when you see the fizzog of a grinning Councillor on a bit of creased newspaper, looking at you from an overflowing pile of bins and rubbish sacks?
Love the ginger moustache on the fizzog of the chap in the photo behind Nunatak.
Unfortunately my fizzog isn't quite as 'defined' as yours.
That should wipe the self-satisfied smirk off Phil's fizzog.
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