Was I alone in finding the use of the word "might" in the second last paragraph of this story, a trifle understated?
Kev Osman, Bridgwater, Somerset
I have just discovered the stunning, to me, fact that boll weevils have never had a mention on the BBC News website. To rectify this obvious oversight can I just point out that boll weevils like juniper but hate gin. Thank you.
Nick Eaton, City of London
Look who's out on the town again.
Kate, South Wales
Monitor note: It has been noted on these pages that this young lady and this one appear in our media with alarming regularity.
I am usually such a fan of BBC imagery, what with the ubiquitous 'drunken girl' and the triptych of 'depressed people with their head in their hands' - uno, tres. Which is why I am so disappointed in the effort for Rob Liddle's Decoding Me article, which at best looks like something my nephew (who's very young and stuff) would whip up on photoshop, and at worst a still from an 80s electro-pop video. Did Rob Liddle's gene profile reveal a proclivity to new romanticism?
Dylan, Reading, UK
Paper Monitor was edging towards a tongue twister today. Perhaps "he sports shorts of a short sort by the sea shore"?
Chris Clarke, Oxford
Surely the next named number up from a trillion (10 Things) is a trillion and one?
Anne-Marie I, London, England