Some bloody Guardian journalist even had the gall to complain about their sushi containing tuna mayonnaise instead of raw tuna and how "everyone" calls them Marks & Sparkles, leading me to conclude that a) she's never shopped at M&S and neither has anyone she knows or talks to, so she believes what they say in their press releases and b) she's never eaten supermarket sushi, and doesn't really understand the concept -- in fact, Yo! Sushi's probably a bit infra-dig for her.
Congratulations, the British Media. Keep dancing to Philip Green's tune, why not? ... and ugh. Poor Paxman, what a grim moment, to discover that someone's been hacking your emails and sending them to the Daily Mail.
Back on topic, though, word from my male friends:
"The pants are the only good things in the menswear! Please don't change them!"
Possibly in reaction, I've spent much of the week buying lunch there. I drew the line at buying a haggis, though.
|they are all here to bless you
Except for Ganesh, he's here to eat your peanuts.