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KERRY WHATLEY DON'T PUSH YOUR LUCK Yesterday, I told myself how fortunate I was All summer, fit, healthy, full of beans because My sunny outlook does not dwell on illness and such things.
Don't push your luck in the career zone this week as its unlikely you'll come away smiling.
So please, don't push your luck," Judge Schwartz added.
You're walking a delicate tightrope between nice and nasty--but don't push your luck too much.
Make sure you keep an eye on the fuel and temperature gauges, and don't push your luck by trying to run the petrol down.
Hang on there Joe, you are just about to get rid of Vinnie Jones so don't push your luck with Eric - even when he's behaving as well as this.
Don't Push Your Luck, Get Your Raffle Tickets Today
DON'T push your luck, try it, but don't push it and knowing where that fine line is could be a real challenge.