There are feckless and irresponsible young fathers out there.
Well, his millionaire dad stipulated in his will that the feckless Josh wasn't to get a penny of his inheritance unless he wrote a bestseller.
Some feel the poor are at least partly to blame; to have got themselves into such a state, they must be feckless and corrupt, or at least irresponsible.
Working in Carnaby Street would exacerbate my ire, because it attracts all sorts of feckless tourists.
Many headteachers will feel that such a role could undermine the need to establish a constructive relationship with parents, however feckless and irresponsible they may be.
When they do eventually arrive here, feckless ministers like to lecture us on how we should conduct our business.
But when we actually get on TV, we are relatively feckless and ineffective.
Young Henry, though, was ever feckless and irresponsible, concerned to cut a fine chivalric figure but utterly uninterested in the serious business of government.
Ever year they spew out a healthy amount of guileless, enthusiastic, hard working feckless idiots, ready to be put to work by their seniors.
Their shared affection for the warmhearted, feckless Martin is a further bond between them.