Bacchus was just stating outright what Baird had implied: Asking a woman to keep the books is just asking for trouble
A business that claims a worker as an independent contractor rather than an employee is nearly always asking for trouble
with the Internal Revenue Service.
com A light coloured apron's just asking for trouble
from drips and spills.
For a guy who gets criticised for his accents, I'm either asking for trouble
or I'm putting myself in the firing line.
Drinking until the early hours is asking for trouble
If someone catches him they can report him for assault, and carrying scissors around in his pocket is asking for trouble
JACK borrows a whopping pounds 100,000 from a loan shark to buy back the Dog, which is asking for trouble
- especially when Carl and Anthony find out and hold him up at gunpoint to get the cash.
Delaying even further the opportunity for correspondents to file stories about the Grand National until the very moment that final whistles are echoing around the grounds is just asking for trouble
I HOPE Hearts aren't asking for trouble
by cutting Rangers' allocation of tickets for their league clash next March and making the Roseburn Stand a segregated area.
Having girls dress up as nuns - you're asking for trouble
,'' he said.
The take-home lesson here is that regular running is not going to hurt your spine and comes complete with a huge list of mental and physical benefits-overdoing it is, as usual, asking for trouble
If you use only one hard disk drive, even one of the new 47GB drives, you've got to load all your apps and read all your data off that one HDD, and I think that's asking for trouble
If we ignore the clear signals being given, we are asking for trouble
To leave just one major hospital in the centre of a city like Liverpool was asking for trouble
Putting a fluff-filled magazine show on in prime-time is asking for trouble