So I’m driving in my car listening to the radio and a song comes on that I really like to sing along to.
But I’m about to come to the end of my journey, so I immediately take a detour or just drive around for a bit longer until the song has finished so I can continue singing along to it.
Maybe the parents wouldn’t be anxious or depressed if their kids would ruddy well eat what’s put in front of them
Sometimes I’ll slow right down so I can time the end of the song to match the end of my journey.
I know that I could finish my journey and park the car and carry on listening to the song, but it’s not the same is it? Do you do that as well?
n Something that I’ve always wondered... You know how some of us are the sort of people who like to waste time ‘balancing’ light switches between the on and off setting so they flicker and buzz?
Well, are they the same people who like to waste time leaning back on chairs they’re sat in to try and find the chair’s balancing point, before they end up tipping over and lying flat on their backsides in agony?
n Here’s a quick cinema question for you. Why do multiplex owners sell cups of Coke that are big enough to hold the entire contents of the Atlantic Ocean?
Sitting down in front of a screen for two hours isn’t thirsty work. Running a marathon makes you thirsty. Going to the gym makes you thirsty. Watching Grimsby doesn’t.
The only exercise I got when watching the film was through continually getting up to go to the loo.
n New research suggests that children may be fussy eaters if their parents suffer from anxiety or depression.
Could I just suggest something please?
Maybe the parents wouldn’t be anxious or depressed if their kids would ruddy well eat what’s put in front of them!