I was surprised at this headline. I've spoken to friends all over the UK, and from what I can tell, all of Britain likes The Wire.
If legal highs are banned, what will they be called then? And if they are no longer called legal highs, does that mean they're not banned any more?
Adam, London, UK
Looking at the signs in the "Chinglish" article reminded me of some fantastic meals on offer which appear on menus in various parts of South-East Asia. My particular favourites were a cafe in Sihanoukville, Cambodia which offered "Muslims with milk" and "Muslims with yoghurt" (presumably they meant muesli) and a restaurant in Savannakhet, Laos, which featured a dish called "Fried Habitually Drunk". I wasn't brave enough to find out what that was.
Emma Fortun, Jersey
Before I revealed the Big Picture I thought for a moment that Glenn Close had had her head grafted onto some sort of animal. I was relieved to find that this was not the case.
Paul Davidson, Edinburgh
Regarding the International Space Station getting a new oven and freezer, I'd be interested to find out whether they were given a delivery estimate of "Between 9am and 5pm".
Steve Hill, Milwaukee, WI, USA
Is it me, or is the scariest thing about this article that the BNP seem to wish to embrace the Folk community. Will we see them in Cambridge and Sidmouth trying to enlist Clannad, Enya and the Pogues?
Jon Argles, Bristol, UK