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Eight Large Sausage Rolls
Did you read that story last week about Linda and Tony Gilkes who went to their local Morrisons to buy eight large sausage rolls and two steak beaks at 8.45am, only to be told...
The Assassination of Gianni Versace
Despite its propensity for showing the after effects of someone having their face beaten to a bloody pulp, I’ve been totally engrossed by The Assassination of Gianni Versace w...
Wednesday’s Daily Mail
I enjoyed the front page of Wednesday’s Daily Mail last week as it conjured up some fabulous images in my mind.
The Basic Rules of Fashion
Last week I made reference to The Basic Rules of Fashion and one email has flooded in asking what other sartorial edicts should be followed.
The Collapse of Civilisation
According to the eminent biologist Paul Ehrlich (they’re all “eminent” aren’t they? When is the last time you read about a “distinctly average” biologist?) the “collapse of ci...
The Beast from the East? The Snow That Won’t Go, more like. Anyway: what a week! Dodd! Hawking! Bowen! Crikey!
So, I’ve been invited to go camping over the Easter bank holiday weekend.
The Beast from the East
Did you survive it, then? The Beast From The East.
A Frozen Shoulder
My GP gave me the news that no one ever wants to hear last week: “I’m afraid there’s absolutely nothing we can do.”
Little Crack's Valentine's Day
Little Crack’s Valentine’s Day was a bit of a washout. I say washout, I actually had the time of my life with a family size bag of Minstrels, two 1940s Barbara Stanwyk films, ...
Entering the K-Hole
I still cannot get my head around that Katie Hopkins story from last week whereby the UK’s biggest rightwing blabber-trout had to be rescued by South African paramedics after ...
Funeral Song Blues #2
Last week I detailed a bizarre song choice made by someone for a funeral (Gloria Gaynor’s ‘I Will Survive’), but I can top that.
I went on one of those mini-breaks over the weekend. I say mini-break, it was more of a trip to the countryside. I say trip to the countryside, it was more of a funeral. It wa...