Neither of them ever taught me to shave, shoot or chug a beer.
AS THE chug of a train rumbles overhead, Andy Arnold takes a seat amid the lunchtime bustle of the Arches theatre bar in Glasgow's city centre.
But if you like the leisurely chug of the old ferries, they still exist, and cost half as much as their speedier cousins.
It made recycling very easy to find, and if you wanted to just stand there and chug your drink, it was very easy to then recycle the bottle.
But in other parts of the world, consumers with small iceboxes chug their milk from a rectangular drink box kept in the pantry.
It was only when I had the thing laid out on the table and was ringing it from my land line that I discovered The Vibrator, a device which makes the thing chug like an old car on a cold morning.
Only the chug of the engine breaks the silence until we find open water.
The intermittent chug of a passing taxicab momentarily scathed Lincoln's vision, but undeterred she preached on to a deaf society.
the chug of a motor boat
She brushed aside branches, following the chug of an unseen train that got louder and louder until finally, another whistle sounded into the air.