Steve Power: So is there a serviette limit?

If this is an accurate representation of Steve's table manners, he'll need all the paper napkins he can get.
If this is an accurate representation of Steve's table manners, he'll need all the paper napkins he can get.

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Quick question for you.

In a burger bar or coffee place, is there any set limit to the number of serviettes you can take from the serviette dispenser before the staff come over and accuse you of being unreasonable?

Or, if you’re an incredibly messy eater and drinker like me, can you just take as many as you want?

Does anyone know the acceptable limit, because I want to avoid any more incidents happening.

n Considering how narrow most bath sides are, why do most shampoo bottle manufacturers make their containers so unbalanced and easy to knock over?

It is like the slightest movement caused by stepping into the bath will cause them all to topple over like dominoes.

Can someone please invent a shampoo bottle with a really wide bottom that can just stay upright during the bathing and showering process please?

Is that too much to ask?

n Why do the shops never seem to sell boxes of Christmas cards in numbers that exactly match the number of friends and family you’re planning to send them to?

It’s always one of the big maths problems of early December; working out which two bumper packs of cards you’ll have to get where the numbers combined will match the number that you’re going to send out.

What I end up doing most years is just dumping a few friends so my card list matches the number of the cards in the box I’ve bought.

n I got an e-mail the other day saying ‘pay your Barclaycard bill the easy way’.

So I clicked on it to find out how and it just said – ‘get a job that pays a lot more money’.

Fair enough I suppose!