Sod's Law


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Sod's Law

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Using a scale of 1-5 for each factor, the minimum chance of Sod's Law striking is a score of 0.
Sod's law that Northern Ireland should then win the last Championship, with Wales second.
If only it hadn't been so confusing, but that's Sod's Law for you.
Sod's law dictates leaders Walsall are next up on Saturday, but regardless of the side manager Denis Smith is able to field, we need to see signs that his players have the fight to turn thing around.
Jewell moaned: "It's sod's law but there's no use bleating about it.
If there is any consolation from yesterday's unsuccessful appeal, it could so easily have been a case of Sod's Law with Babodana reinstated as the winner, his connections picking up the prize-money, and poor old Jack receiving another undeserved kick in the nether region.
Fires, broken limbs, overflowing toilets and electric shocks follow the 22-year-old around proving that if Sod's Law exists, it is targeting her.
For years Sod's Law has remained an unexplained but nevertheless entirely predictable factor of life.
I suppose it is sod's law that when I do eventually step aside I will be leaving players who are not yet at their peak.
SOD'S law says that if you are rude behind someone's back they are certain to hear about it.
I thought he had a good game and it was Sod's law that it was he who scored.
We were struggling up front and down to the bare bones and we were going to bring in a young lad who deserved his chance, and it's sod's law that this happens to him," said boss Alv-in McDonald.