References in classic literature ?
Don't let their condition make you unhappy, ma'am, because I'll soon have them crowding 'round to bother and worry you as naturally as ever.
When people fought long and hard and in some cases died to allow us a vote, it is a disgrace that people do not bother.
DONT BOTHER ME is fancied to give trainer Marco Botti another big handicap victory by landing the tote-sponsored Victoria Cup (3.
In fact, long waits in exam and waiting rooms bother them more than inconvenient office hours or filling out reams of paperwork.
Considering the circulation of the Examiner - both in print and online - it is a fairly safe bet to say a lot of people knew the game was on but didn't bother attending.
I think you live life to the full Mark Jones, 26, a labourer from Middlesbrough My parents died from a heart attack and it does bother me.
If I can't then why even bother my backside thinking about it.
And if they can't be bothered to get off their backsides and do the honourable thing, I don't see why anyone else should bother.
It does not bother me if it did not bother my ancestors," Erdogan said in response to question at a joint press conference with his Greek counterpart George Papandreou in Athens.
I'm not gonna go to all that bother to fake it - let's work this out together
9-11, 2007 USA Today/Gallup poll asked Americans how much it would bother them to stay in a room on the 13th floor of a hotel.
Those music folk coming up to that farm will be no bother.
The court certainly did bother, and Mike Curry, the head of Barry CPS reviewed the evidence before the trial, went ahead and said the evidence was good enough for a prosecution.
Did it bother you when people blamed you for the negative images being portrayed on BET?
I now understood the teacher who slept through class, telling students that if they didn't bother him, he wouldn't bother them.