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It is, perhaps, a snippet which caught the eye because it is the time of day when thoughts turn to food.
"The art of the Smartie," reads the tiny headline on page 13 of the Daily Telegraph on a brief article about famous artworks recreated using the colourful sugar-coated treats that now haunt Paper Monitor's waking dreams.
Seurat's Bathers are included, predictably and appropriately. So too is Banksy, although his inclusion is perhaps more predictable rather than appropriate. The works are to go on show at the Museum of Childhood in east London from the end of the week. Sweeties and kids - perhaps what might happen next is both predictable and appropriate.
Mmmm. Any other food-related articles to help Paper Monitor decide what to have for lunch today?
"Lured to their death by a hazelnut" (Telegraph, on grey squirrels)
"Can vitamins do you harm?" (Daily Mail)
"What the price of bread tells us about the economy" (G2)
"Lord of the fries" (The Sun)
"Confucius, he say go fudge Tibet" (Times, People)
And that lot provides a balanced news diet too. Quirky picture story? Check. Animal-in-peril tale? Check. Health scare from something millions use daily? Check. How two staffs of life are bearing up? Check and check. And to finish, a sweet nugget of gossipy goodness.
Paper Monitor is replete...