The Brexit hamper is perfect in its bizarre, bizarre flaws. Witness this thing. A delegation of leading Leavers presented a collection of British products to EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier, and it reveals much about the type of person pushing to leave the common market.
If you’re having a dry January, look away now.
If you were buying a home in one of the world’s most expensive cities, would you pay thousands of dollars to pee where Prince Harry once peed?
I’m writing this during National Handwashing Awareness Week, an American thing that happens during the first week of December every year.
Pass. Congratulations, you’re a UK citizen.
Don’t throw that away – it’ll be worth money some day. We’ve all said it, or agreed when someone else did, and secretly we dream of making it rich, like Del and Rodney when they found that old watch after Only Fools And Horses got a bit tired.
Get out there and clear some snow, people of Perth and Kinross.
It may be about Christmas, and it has “Christmas” in the title, but The Nightmare Before Christmas is not a Christmas movie.
It’s routine to encounter claims that political correctness has gone too far. Generally, this makes me want to switch off. I hesitate to profile someone who might use the phrase but many people willing to say “political correctness” in a negative way tend to strike me as insensitive.
As middle age wraps me in its corduroy embrace, I tell myself that I used to do cool things.