Money Watch (BBC Two, 8pm) ANYBODY calling themselves an "expert" in economics is asking for trouble
Anybody calling themselves an 'expert' in economics is asking for trouble
Otherwise you are asking for trouble
if the club appoints someone above his head.
You've also bought a car from a dealer without a warranty, which is asking for trouble
Steve Wearne, Director of the Food Standards Agency in Wales said: "We all hate to waste food, but by eating week-old turkey from the fridge, you could be asking for trouble
Encouraging little girls to wear sexually provocative clothes is asking for trouble
and is irresponsible.
As for Perry's bleating about the penalty, he should know that if you leave your foot in like that you are asking for trouble
- and he certainly got that.
We're putting drivers on notice: if you drink and drive during the upcoming Labor Day holiday, you're asking for trouble
," said Steve Simmons, TxDOT's Deputy Executive Director.
I want to get back out onto the field as quickly as possible, and a long trip like this is just asking for trouble
Super quangos like this one designed specifically to ride roughshod over local opinion are asking for trouble
What he's doing is assault, and carrying scissors around in his pocket is asking for trouble
CLARE is asking for trouble
as she causes chaos, telling Calvin about Louise's abortion and accusing Max of abusing Tom.
ALL-DAY chip shops are asking for trouble
compared with the rare specialists which aim for quality by limiting their hours.
To turn a deaf ear will be asking for trouble
and simply prolong the simmering anger this issue has created.
Apart from disappointing the new gaffer straight away, Beckham's form has dipped in recent months and any bighitters taking the short price that he keeps his place at the biggest club side in the world are asking for trouble