I've brought her along to some of the auditions because I couldn't bear
to be away from her for too long.
I'm glad, though, that I've stopped watching Corrie regularly because I couldn't bear
seeing Evil Tracey reminding Carla she saved her life - again and again and again, in the coming months and years.
IT LOOKS like poor Jamie Murray couldn't bear
to watch his mum make her debut on Strictly Come Dancing.
According to religious preacher Shaikh Ghazi Bin Abdul Aziz al Shammari, the shocked and traumatized groom, who had come to him the very next day, couldn't bear
the humiliation, the Mirror reported.
It is heart warming that so many people can offer a dog a loving home, but in the end I couldn't bear
to part with him so have decided to keep him.
And 43 per cent confessed they couldn't bear
to listen to their romantic antics - 11 per cent more than would be bothered by train lines or motorway traf?
We have worked so hard together these last two years we couldn't bear
the thought of crossing the line ahead of each other so we grabbed our hands together 50 metres out and went through the line together.
Children came from all around, To poke fun and to stare, But the gentle giant, This he couldn't bear
The ceremony is a social initiative to meet the needs of young people who couldn't bear
the costs of marriage.
He went along there but couldn't bear
the thought of spending a night there, so he asked to be moved into a city centre hotel
Other people couldn't bear
the sight of pit heaps of waste.
I TURNED off the telly because I couldn't bear
any more details about the house of horrors in Austria.