Posted on June 19 2017
[Editor's note: I found this photo poking around in my Facebook account, which reminded me of the blog post it comes from. This story, from a couple years ago, still causes me to wince.]
In this country, the phrase “to take your chances” usually means to try something that may end up being a disaster—as in “You’re taking your chances driving on those bald tires.” But across the pond, they have another way of using this. . .
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