Being a habitual “checker,” Mark Ballard thinks sometimes it would be easier to just take the iron with him in the car that have to check — and re-check — that it’s turned off before leaving the house.
Being a habitual “checker,” Mark Ballard thinks sometimes it would be easier to just take the iron with him in the car that have to check — and re-check — that it’s turned off before leaving the house. Mark Ballard Special to The Telegraph
Being a habitual “checker,” Mark Ballard thinks sometimes it would be easier to just take the iron with him in the car that have to check — and re-check — that it’s turned off before leaving the house. Mark Ballard Special to The Telegraph

Being a habitual ‘checker’ has its drawbacks

February 24, 2017 6:57 AM

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