He's an evil and manipulative man - ever since we were kids he would pick an argument
with me and I'd get the hiding.
But that doesn't mean to say you can pick an argument
and assume you're going to win it.
THE bloke at the bar was burly and not lacking in confidence - not the sort of chap with whom I would wish to pick an argument
One of our favourites was an activity play session with all the soft play equipment you can imagine, giant 'Connect Four' contests and such a large selection of ride-on toys that even the most cantankerous toddler would have struggled to pick an argument
While Dyche doesn't looK liKe a man to picK an argument
with, replays suggested he was right, but that didn't prevent Town top scorer Vaughan, who missed from the spot in the home draw against BlacKpool, coolly putting the ball to Heaton's right for his 12th goal of the season.
Rather than pick an argument
with Yarm retailers, seek to convince the shops, bars and restaurants of Yarm, Norton and Teesside Park, that it's not an 'either or' situation.
The less you say, the less likely they are to pick an argument
McLaren eventually fired one off Devils goalie Mike McKenna, and Robitaille once again tried to pick an argument
with Alex Stalock near the red line.
And in an age when all-too-many of our fellow citizens are constantly looking for excuses to pick an argument
, if not a fight, why go out of your way to draw attention to yourself?
It seems impossible to pick an argument
over any price that is more than a real quibble.
He would pick an argument
with himself in a lift but that's just the way he is.
He will not pick an argument
with an umpire just because the game is on national television.
JIM HAMILTON may appear to be a gentle giant but he's not the type of guy you'd choose to pick an argument
Paul's a decent kid and on the verge of breaking into the elite, but now he needs to keep quiet, win a few tournaments and pick an argument
with somebody his own age.
Professor Robert Bartlett, of St Andrews University, a leading expert on the Middle Ages, and who - from a mug shot on the web at least - looks like someone not to pick an argument
with, said hooded tops were also the garment of choice for 12th-century juvenile delinquents.