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it bothers " What you can say is that you trust him and are happy he's accepted that side of your life because you didn't want it to split you up.
I live in Crawcrook which is 5 minutes away from Clara Vale and I haven't been bothered by this at all."
Both sides are fighting for their vested interests and are least bothered about resolving Karachi's burning issues.
Yet only 5000 people from Huddersfield could be bothered to attend!
"It bothers me, maybe it's because I come from a country where I lived under apartheid but this is a form of apartheid and I don't want to be a part of that.
He doesn't have friends in the game and that doesn't bother him, and the fact that he has left a mess behind him won't bother him either.
For Whelan, discovering her own body's eccentricities in motion is not something that bothers her.
He told Belval, "You know, Peter, I really do enjoy passing the water pitchers, but it really bothers me that when I finish collecting all the old water, I just pour it down the drain.
I hope the whole cynical hoax bothers your consciences as much as it does mine.
He's happy-go-lucky Joey; nothing bothers him." And does it bother Smith's girlfriend that he has now played gay twice?
I don't know what it is about him but he just bothers me.
The bothers denied threatening to infect the students with AIDS from a needle.
"It's not really the fact he has admitted to this that bothers me, but he could have been honest about it earlier.
His intention is only to give a statement on how the Greeks are bad and how he is bothered by that.