I was listening to Radio 1's Newsbeat on the potential smoking ban in England and they were using man on the street sound bites which included this utterly confusing exchange:
"It worked in Ireland, though, didn't it?"
"Yeah, but Ireland's not a country."
Yeah, that's sort of how I proposed to my wife.
Why is America great? Because we're putting televisions in our urinal cakes.
Honestly. Can someone please explain to me why Nirvana were supposed to be so great and groundbreaking? A box set of previously unreleased garbled nonsense from the band has been released and radio presenters are wetting themselves with glee. I don't get it. What am I missing that made Nirvana one of the greatest musical acts in history?