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Craig Bryson last night branded his trip to America with Scotland a total waste of time after flying 4,000 miles to sit on the bench.
We're now told our bodies get rid of toxins naturally, so all those disgusting potions, painful body brushes and things you put up your bottom are a total waste of time and money.
Also the whole event itself, I am completely not interested, it is a total waste of time, it is really irritating and pointless.
What a total waste of time, money, resources, hope and ambition," he told them, before adding: "PS, it will probably win as it sums up the whole EU project.
Some of his shows are a total waste of time, but I was more than happy to watch his show this week, in which he brought a little sunshine into the lives of sick children.
This final review has convinced me that the Daily News film critics are a total waste of time.
Just to put the record straight, I firmly believe that the National Assembly is a total waste of time and certainly a massive waste of money.
Many think the Assembly has been a total waste of time and money, has delivered no improvements in health or education and is an expensive leech on Welsh society.