A question for all the men out there – do you find that your relationship with T-shirts has easily defined stages?
Here’s what I mean. At the start, you fall in love with a T-shirt, so you buy it and wear it out on many summer evenings because you love the way it looks.
That noise when people’s skin is pulled away from hot leather when they get up is too horrible
Then, after a while your T-shirt becomes a bit worn, so it becomes the one you wear for trips to the shops rather than for nice nights out.
After it is worn a bit more it becomes the ‘familiar T-shirt’, which tends to be the first thing you put on when you get out of bed, which you’ll then wear inside the house all day. Then, after it’s worn even more it becomes the T-shirt you have to hide a bit, so you end up using it as a vest in winter if you wear baggy shirts.
nMarmite is set to launch a special travel-sized version of the savoury spread next month, meaning you can take breakfast with you on holiday.
I get the feeling that they’re only doing this because if foreign customs people come across a normal jar of that foul-looking brown stuff they’ll assume it’s some sort of chemical warfare weapon like Agent Orange or Sarin.
At least if it’s in a container marked ‘special travel size’ they won’t call the bomb squad and destroy it. Even though they should.
nUnion leaders have said that staff should be allowed to dress down during any hot spell of weather.
Could I just suggest a couple of ground rules though? No way should anyone working in food preparation be allowed to wear Speedos to work. It’s just too unhygienic.
And no-one should be allowed to wear shorts if their job involves them sitting on leather seats. That noise when people’s skin is pulled away from hot leather when they get up is too horrible. Everything else apart from that is okay.