A survey found almost one in three only tidy the house when it's so dirty they can't bear
the mess and almost half admit they only lift a duster when visitors are expected.
I know he'll probably beat up my mum if it all comes out but I can't bear
the thought of my half sister going through what we had to suffer.
Compulsive ``pack rats'' - the kind who cram their homes with trash they just can't bear
to part with, even empty old cereal boxes and junk mail.
Tom can't bear
to watch the brutal realities of the miniseries ``Roots,'' yet watches passively as an episode of ``The Partridge Family'' soft-sells racial issues.
I hate turning up at a party and finding out it's only men; I can't bear
But Obama's dignified handling of the tawdry episode sets him leagues above nasty, rightwing Republicans led by the odious, tonsorially-challenged Donald Trump, who clearly can't bear
the fact the President's middle name is Hussein.
I can't bear
all that posturing and self-importance.
SELF-TAUGHT artist Jack Vettriano has had to suffer the snobbery of critics who can't bear
to call his work art - despite its multi-million-pound success around the world.
MUCH as I can't bear
moany old Sharon Osbourne, at least she didn't come from the same place as all the other X-Factor female presenters - Mattel.
ROBERT DOWNEY Jnr is causing a problem on the set of comic-book movie Iron Man - he can't bear
PAUL O'Grady started his career on the stand-up comedy circuit, but he reveals he can't bear
to watch live comics these days.
He also tells DuJour mag: "I can't bear
the thought of ever feeling like that again, even though I got great songs out of it.