Re: "... is nigh on impossible, ..."
I note your but for the sake of the learners, I want to point out that "innit" is rarely used as a replacement for "isn't it". It is tagged on to the end of just about any sentence you can imagine.
Originally Posted by BobK
I robbed a bank last night, innit.
Where we gonna eat, innit?
Can you nick me a Ferrari, innit?
My sister's got four kids by four different blokes, innit.
I could go on. I won't.
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.