For them not having a job is bad enough, but then to be left in the dark after going to the bother of
filling out an application form is another kick in the teeth when you are already feeling down.
If you have a patio, you may wish to secure the posts to the slabs instead of going to the bother of
digging them up.
Meanwhile, those of us who visit an airport now face a never-ending confiscation of toiletries, slipping out of our shoes and coats, taking off belts and constantly fibbing about whether there is a laptop in our hand-luggage as we can't be a**ed going to the bother of
unpacking it again.
Rather impudently, in the eyes of some, Coventry first decided to embark on its plans without going to the bother of
obtaining planning permission first.
Why, otherwise, would he be pressurising you into it and going to the bother of
providing drugs to help you lose your inhibitions?