Needless to say, one critic called the show ‘the most disgusting and execrable series ever to ooze its way onto television.’
The other day I wrote to the diary drawing ethics, journalism, perks and the execrable two men together with a quick mention of One Nation.
They often misunderstand their market and occasionally reject good or even great works but literary agents and editors do prevent a vast quantity of execrable writing from being published.
We determined over time that the brilliant had been selected for our flight school based on their superior skills, while the execrable had been selected based on their superior connections.
If he indeed were guilty of such an execrable transgression, this newspaper would be among the first to condemn, and not defend, him and his broadcaster.
The vast majority of music is execrable in quality.
And the execrable theme-song has been revamped from its elevator-metal original version to a new Love Boat stylee quasi-orchestral rendition.
He was also a mountaineer, though not a great one; a non-fiction writer, though not of the first rank; and an execrable poet and failed novelist.
It's a pity then that he or she had chosen to leave copies of a zine lying around which in one they had written some truly execrable poetry.
Yet to borrow their reasoning and make an equivalent suggestion that Liverpool's fans in turn had some role in their own catastrophe, somehow makes a person execrable and lynchworthy.