More than three-quarters of French couples have bad sex lives, according to a survey! I think they must be doing it wrong. Perhaps they need the produce of the pharmaceutical company that comissioned the survey? Oh no, Keir, you're so cynical! The BBC don't give a lot of detail, though. A minority of women and men have made excuses to avoid sex - that's the only detail it gives. So what makes up the rest of it - how are they defining it? It may, perhaps, that they were asked whether they had sex more or less than once an hour, and that if they said less they classified them as having a bad sex life. Or perhaps whether on average sex lasted more than or less than sixteen hours a time. I don't know. No doubt if I used this company's products I'd know exactly what they meant.
Hilary Clinton doesn't think that David Miliband is a geek, he says. So maybe he isn't one? Shame. Why can't we have a potential prime minister who knows what they're doing? I quite like the idea of having someone who knows what they're doing running the country. Rather than a big pile of shiny poo, that smells of poo, and is made of poo. I don't like having a big pile of shiny poo, that smells of poo, and is made of poo running the country. Does this make me a terrible fusspot? No, it doesn't I am right. Having something like that running the country is rubbish. Even a rubbish geek would be better than that. Politicians, if you're seeking power, and you're not a geek, please make it clear right from the start, so I can save time by not listening to any of your vacuous nonsense. Thank you.
Future king in feeble sense of humour shocker! Somehow, and I don't know how, this was news, apparently, but what happened was, he was at 'an eco-festival' and a performer played a tune on an 'organ' of squeaky cat toys, almost exactly the same as a Monty Python sketch from nearly forty years ago, and he 'laughed uncontrollably' apparently (not shown in the video, in which he's far more amused than he should be but not that bad). He was even very amused my the previous performance on a musical saw, which is a perfectly normal instrument. What the video does show, however, is that he kept dabbing his nose with a handkerchief. What's that about? You may well look at the not very amusing performance, and his great amusement, and wonder 'what is he on?' What Brian Blessed was on, perhaps, stood next to him, equally amused. Elsewhere in the vacinity Jools Holland was, quite rightly, not even cracking a smile. Perhaps he wasn't on what they were on.
that's all from me for now
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