Monday

6.  Does actually make sense

Tough love rules for midlife dressing: Never go strapless, chuck out round-toed flats, don’t go under 80 denier… and yes, even skinny women need shapewear,  writes the A-list style guru trusted by Olivia Colman and Fleabag 

If you put your female hat on for a moment, each of those is loaded and is a cautionary tale – it is true though, even for the pre-menapausal.

5.  Meanwhile, back here again

Great alternative leaders under Labour series:



4.  Downunder has also fallen

I have no url because the Herald Sun down there blocks you from reading articles. However, it’s the leading national newspaper so they say so they’d be in trouble were it not so.

3.  Early question for you

When you see this intelligent chap, what’s the first thing which springs to mind?  Mine: Theoretically doable if built better. Other thought is the guy likes ladders.

2.  Meanwhile, over here

1. GOP chairwoman reports

Ronna McDaniel@GOPChairwoman
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When one of his employees said she was pregnant, The Washington Post reports Michael Bloomberg responded, “Kill it.” That is absolutely horrific.

9 comments for “Monday

  1. Distant Relative
    February 17, 2020 at 10:03

    2. Blimey! I thought she was at an Addams Family Convention since she seems to have modelled herself on Morticia.

    3. Can’t afford scaffolding?

  2. dearieme
    February 17, 2020 at 10:56

    “the Herald Sun … the leading national newspaper”: things must have changed since my day. The only national paper then was The Australian; the rest were of parochial interest.

    P.S. The “Prof at Cambridge” isn’t.

    • February 17, 2020 at 13:49

      Herald Sun and Age were the two – Herald Sun though has the football nationwide, plus all major state papers are syndicated now. The Australian’s a footnote in history.

      Prof at Cambridge – yes, was wondering.

  3. John, Uk
    February 17, 2020 at 11:31

    3. I’ve heard of Peeping Toms but that is just ridiculous!

  4. Isilme
    February 17, 2020 at 21:45

    3. James, are you crazy?? This is the sort of thing I worry that my hubby would do trying to fix the roof window. Now you’ve planted the idea.

    If you’re reading this, Beloved, don’t you DARE do this!!

    • February 17, 2020 at 22:05

      Just said it was theoretically possible but I also agree scaffolding is the way to go.

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