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15:30 UK time, Friday, 6 October 2006

After my big fat zero at 7 days 7 questions, my colleagues taunted me by saying a monkey could do (infinitely) better. But if it was hard for me, surely a monkey - with its poor grasp of both current affairs and a computer mouse - would struggle yet further? In the name of scientific research, any chance of popping down to a zoo with a laptop and seeing how one fares?
Ian, Bristol

A Chunky Kit-Kat with NO WAFER?!! How much more proof do we need that the End Times have begun?
Woe, woe...
Curt Carpenter, Dallas, Texas USA

Talk of the all chocolate Kit Kat reminded me of the urban legend involving an Aero. Apparently someone bought an all-chocolate Aero. On getting the complaint Nestle responded by sending the disgruntled consumer a box containing the air they were missing.
James Hayward, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

The Australian police are a sharp bunch! In the story about the man driving 200kms backwards, you state "But quick police work soon established that the car was in fact heading backwards".
Tim, UK

I wasn't among the winning entries of the caption competition, but I wasn't among the non-winners either. So is my entry in limbo?
John Brown, Belgium

MM: A couple of caveats apply. Normal BBC taste and decency rules on publication. And, entries have to be sent to the correct caption competition inbox.

Pun of the week must surely go to the author of your feature on the recent drought: "Water UK, the umbrella group for all water companies." Genius.
Hamish, Cheltenham, UK

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