All the prudes and dodderers
on the council were dead against it.
Because viewing the centre of the tennis world for the next two weeks with impeccable eyesight rids the All England Club of its gin-soaked old dodderers
They might be portrayed as gin-swilling old dodderers
at times, but nobody should under- estimate the sharp, shrewd minds of the people in charge of the world's ruling body.
Remember when we used to laugh over the old dodderers
arguing in the columns of the Times over who heard the first cuckoo of spring?
The one good thing to come out of the unnecessary and embarrassing farce that has given football's enemies a golden excuse to kick the game senseless, is the dodderers
who run the show have finally been exposed for what they are.
Eastbourne is reputed to be a town of pensioners but, while we were there, we saw more attractive young women with pierced navels than old dodderers
on walking frames or in wheelchairs.
Where did the 12 other points come from when the Scottish League were dispensing alleged justice like one of those old dodderers
on the Bench who gives out a life sentence for a parking offence?
The list of those involved in the silly ceremonials showed that it had nothing to do with ordinary Scots - the Earl of This, The Master of That, the High Bobbies, the Royal Company of Ancient Dodderers
Cricket, despite having more old dodderers
at Lords than the FA has at Lancester Gate, has been positively revolutionary with stump-cam, third umpires.