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The Great British Bake Off is about as quintessential (and essentialin terms of any individual Brit’s national identity) as the Queen, tea, scones or extreme right-wing views. It airs every Wednesday evening at 8pm on BBC One (it used to be BBC Two, but BBC One gets to steal all their best shows, which strikes me as very unfair…), plus “An Extra Slice,” hosted by Jo Brand is a “You’re…
Welcome back to the set of incredibly useful guides which I make.
Since the extraordinary and rather marvellous advent of what we generally like to refer to as “equality,” courting and eventually mating has become slightly more difficult than the ancient ritual which involved an older man picking any female he liked.
It has occurred to me that I didn’t add this wonderful moment to my earlier referendum post…
via Turtlemom. This is really how many rocks you’re going to need to have been under last night to not realise what was going on. I mean, for goodness’ sakes, unlike the STV attempt, this was on BBC One Scotland, BBC Two, BBC News, and Twitter.
Salmond definitely won last night. For me, anyway. And if you’re not British, or you’ve been under a rock, I’m talking about the second (and final) debate…
Well, congratulations everyone – if you got some good GCSE results, well done (they’re not easy); if you’re disappointed with them, they’re over now and you’ve got the whole future to prove yourself; and if you didn’t get any GCSE results, every 16 year old in the country envies you madly.
“With the referendum on Scottish Independence less than a month away, a major new poll suggests a majority of people [54%] in England support the idea of an English Parliament.”
Well, there you have it. As someone who is half English, I can say this – a majority of English people are morons. But then, let’s see this map again, is that a surprise?
If you’re a regular reader on this blog, you can probably already imagine – with a groan – what I’ll be going on about here.
“Oh, such a stupid idea, ooh, waste of water”
Catchy title as that is and all that, but this quite a funny idea (I think).