True to her style, Moshfegh's dark sense of humor makes the reader laugh (perhaps guiltily
) when it seems least appropriate.
Harun Shakava and goalkeeper Boniface Oluoch had both left their areas of jurisdiction, and Okare easily headed home a long ball from the middle, leaving Shakava guiltily
running after it in what was an exercise in futility.
"Anti Corruption Tribunal has found Khalid Latif guiltily
of all charges, therefore has announced a ban of 5 years & a fine of PKR 1 Million," the PCB tweeted.
The residents watch guiltily
as poor Dot is taken away in an ambulance and Sonia is furious that no one kept an eye on her.
Weekends are the worst, the kids shout 'Mum are you getting in the pool?' Guiltily
, I decline their offer, claiming that I've got 'stuff' to be getting on with indoors.
But, once you have, you think you suddenly feel a bit better, so you sob guiltily
which only goes to prove how high your temperature really is, and you collapse in front of Homes Under The Hammer and wake up to the fellas from Pointless waving you goodbye and before you know it, it's 6pm and you think, well, I can't go to work tomorrow either.
Whether it be cats jumping into things or your playlist of far-out Icelandic folk music -- the sort you guiltily
tell your peers is just for 'background' -- the same adverts just keep on playing.
Such matters were only whispered, guiltily
swept under the carpet or ignored.
Victoria looks on guiltily
as Harriet |suggests Laurel injured Ashley
She can also speak with past servants who guiltily
haunt the halls.
I stayed guiltily
down the garden with the dog, until it seemed safe to slink back inside to face the music.
Omar has been described as Shakespearean, and, yes, there are little hints of that -- a "balcony" scene with his Juliet, Nadja; a hand guiltily
washing off spilt blood.