Dear Paper Monitor, I used to read the international version of the BBC news site, and never had any trouble finding Magazine. So don't worry, m'kay?
Ross, Lancaster, UK
So 'anti-stab' knives will be on sale soon. Whilst I admire the effort; what self-respecting homicidal maniac would buy one if offered a choice?
Stephen Dodds (Letters, Monday) - was it really? I didn't know that. Incidentally, I think you wanted a full stop, not a question mark, at the end of your sentence.
Today's nominative determinism watch contribution - should there be some sort of alert and maybe an enforced name change procedure for when we see these actions coming a mile off?
Kat Gregg, Coventry
I was just on the phone to our lawyers and I accidentally used the term "misunderestimate" (a la George W Bush). The lawyer went on without blinking and perfectly understood what I meant. Is THAT how stupid words get into the English language?
Michael B, London
Beneath the following words in Web Monitor: "...then try out the SEO rapper who writes poetically about website design coding. No, really."
In my browser, appeared these:
It doesn't even rhyme.
Great semi-pun inthis article about artistic tree trunks... "A British firm, Timbmet, is helping with logistics." Genius.
Talking about copy and pasting, fans of it will be pleased to know the most copy and pasted man in politics is back for a second term, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Martin Comer, London UK