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14:07 UK time, Thursday, 6 January 2011

If I had a fiance who got up at 0830 on a Sunday to help me make wedding invitations, I'd call the wedding off as he'd clearly have a guilty conscience. Either that, or I'd tell him to do it quietly and bring me a coffee at 1100.
Sue, London

I work for myself and get up eight hours after I go to bed, no alarm. Does that make me a slave to my inner clock?
Kat A Laroche, via Facebook

I wondered where my watch had gone!
Di, The Castleton, North Yorks

Jane, (Wednesday letters), in answer to the two hypothetical questions you ask: Yes, children need organs too; no, don't be so silly. See, it's not really that complex. I urge everyone to sign up as organ donors because of the difference you could make to someone's life. And you won't be inconvenienced at all, you'll be dead.
Rob, London

"The Archbishop of Canterbury is to marry Prince William and Kate Middleton at their forthcoming wedding, St James's Palace has disclosed." Greedy greedy. Surely marrying just one of them would be enough.
Malcolm, Wrexham, Wales, United Kingdom

Did Bob Holness play sax on Baker Street? No, it was Tom Baker.
Mark Thompson, @BBC_magazine

I fully expect a QI-style klaxon coming, but although he didn't play the sax on Baker Street, Bob Holness was the first person to portray James Bond in a radio play.
MCK, Stevenage

Re: Saudi Arabia 'detains' Israeli vulture for spying - is this another case of the Hartlepool monkey?
Hilary Wilson, Carlisle

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