Maternity yoga pants? I'm sure you would look very nice in them
Our 12-year old car is very poorly. It needs a new gearbox, new suspension, new alternator and half a dozen ancillary items. They want to charge us £2400 to fix it. Instead, we have decided to buy a slightly smaller car from a local dealer that is four years younger, has done only half the mileage and is only £1000 more than the cost of the repair. I don't like wasting money
943 751 Shame it would cost so much to repair the car. My mother had a similar problem a while ago and was close to buying a new one because it looked like a replacement for something that was broken wouldn't arrive.
The church groundsman died recently and one of his duties was to wind up the clock at the top of the church tower - which for bizarre reasons is 100m down the road from the church. Health and safety precautions required him to tell someone that he was about to do that, and again after doing it just in case he slipped and fell on the way up there. I've just had a phone call from the church administrator telling me he is on his way up there and would be back in 15 minutes. So I'm clock watching. He didn't tell me what to do if he didn't phone me but I think I can work that out.
I found a sharp piece of plastic in my shop-bought sandwich yesterday. I almost swallowed it but spotted it when my tongue found something hard. This afternoon, I took it to the shop where I bought it and mentioned that it could have damaged a child (it was 1 cm in length). They apologised profusely and gave me a replacement sandwich. It didn't worry me - these things happen - but if you don't mention it they aren't aware it's happening.