For some odd reason I decided to read a load of American news today from local sources (sites of newspapers and television stations). It was very refreshing because it reminded me of why I was so eager to get out of U.S. journalism and the United States. Presently I feel like burrowing under a roadway, like one of those environmental campaigners: "I'm not coming out until you promise not to send me back!"
Most amusing sentence from tonight's Spanish homework: "A mi novia le gusta bastante el chorizo."
I'll bet she does.
Yeesh, this news has got to hurt one's self-esteem.
A warning to all snowmen: We ain't particularly fond of your kind around these parts.
An example of Britons' razor-sharp wit, as found in my Christmas cracker:
What's the difference between Santa Claus and a biscuit?
You can't dunk Santa Claus in your tea.