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Looking For Trouble ( doing something that will cause problems ... )

"Looking For Trouble"

"Looking for trouble" is acting in a way that is likely to cause problems.

Example: "If you leave your glass on the edge of the table like that, you are looking for trouble."

Example: "The way you were driving, you were looking for trouble."

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