Sunday, October 15, 2006

Solicitors and the laws of physics....

How do solicitors manage to charge quite so much for such simple things?

It's quite simply beyond any laws of physics.

My favourite so far is the £5.46 we've been charged for the solicitor to look at a bloody map.
It's there in black and white....
£5.46 OS map charge.
How is that possible? It's just looking at a bloody map.

And do they carry this behaviour on at home?
How long can a marriage last if your partner demands £100 to pass the cereal in a morning?
Or charges you for making the beds?


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