How nice of the museum to send out folk to price the goods of lazy `dealers' who can't be bothered
to go to the library, I thought!
The reader can let them have everything that is pleasant, because the author can't be bothered
to make more than a cursory effort at giving her characters character, let alone pleasantries.
"Yesterday I thought "Yesterday I thought 'Why should I even bother hauling my a**e out of bed at half-past-five?' "If they can't be bothered
why should I bother?" Moyles, 36, went on to suggest he could temporarily quit his show, which attracts eight million listeners, if something isn't done quickly.
I can't agree with his total dismissal of the contents of the world's art galleries by suggesting we take a brief look at the book 1,001 Paintings You Must See Before You Die, but I was tickled by his single page diagram summing up the contents of his own book -you know, just in case you can't be bothered
to read it.
We lose rugby matches because we have poor players and Welsh is dying because people can't be bothered
Society is the way it is because people can't be bothered
to report crime.