Hmmm, a theme park fitting for the stature of Napoleon. How about Legoland?
A 'Napoleon'theme park to rival Disneyland.....er 'Not tonight Josephine' as methinks you are taking the 'Mickey'...I'll get my wristband.
Tim McMahon, Martos/Spain
I must protest that MM's standards are becoming shockingly lax. Last week's 10 Things picture is wildly inaccurate, containing 2 things (a one and a zero) or at best 4 things (4 wooden planks). Did you think we wouldn't notice? I know Ray Lashley's (Independent Guardian of Monitor Weights and Measures) plate is rather full, but perhaps he could take on the job of 10 Things picture quality control?
Rusty, Montreal, Quebec
RE: "Chocolate 'may help keep people slim". Apparently "The study found no link with quantity consumed" - well that's pretty obvious.
Tom Webb, Surbiton, UK
I feel compelled to jump to the defence of The Hunger Games. While, I'm probably not its intended demographic, (I can just get away with calling myself a young adult) I was given the first book for Christmas and have almost finished it. While I have been told that the love triangle, hinted at in the first book, balloons like a cancerous growth in the following two books, the fact that the female lead is not a vapid, whinging, dependant, pointless waste of space, means that the Hunger Games is infinitely superior to Twilight. Please do not taint it with a comparison!
Three letters on Monday MM? C'mon seriously I mean seriously?? Was everyine out there sunbathing?