One in five said they had actually skived off
work to watch a favourite show.
Around 44 per cent dodged housework, while 42 per cent lost sleep, 27 per cent missed out on family and friends and 9 per cent skived off
The real reason for the work stoppage was the mayor's decision to take action against three workers who had skived off
work, something they had most probably done in the past with impunity.
I used to dig bottles from old tips and even skived off
cross country at school to do this - bottles led to local pottery."
Hodgson had words of comfort for his outplayed men as they trudged off the Warsaw pitch - at least you're not Scotland, he said - but no words for those who skived off
work to watch yesterday.
When I was a kid, I was always the one who skived off
during cross country.
One summer day in the 1970s, I skived off
my nursing studies to go sunbathing topless - commonplace on the Med at the time, but a bit more daring in my case as I was in my friend's back garden in Prenton.
"I regularly skived off
by going to the smelly toilet, anything was better than breaking my back bending down to pick potatoes.
Christian speaker Canon J John is inviting people in the region to dump their stolen goods, including unreturned library books, cash in lieu of time skived off
work and hotel bath robes, into the bins.
The mother of a 13-year-old boy has been arrested for supplying laughing gas to her son and his friends while they skived off
Zac, meanwhile, had skived off
to go fishing with Rodney, who has become rather fed-up of the mollycoddling from Alan, Diane and Nicola.
A YOUNG mute swan obviously skived off
flying school after crashlanding in a Rugby street.
He skived off
because he wanted to do a perfectly ordinary bit of parenting for a perfectly ordinary baby with a perfectly ordinary squiffy tum.
IF Maik Taylor hadn't skived off
so much, he might have made sergeant by now.
THE Record told yesterday how the Commons chamber was almost empty as MPs skived off
to enjoy an early start to their summer holidays.