"Bank of England confirms £5 note injection" - how do they get them in the syringe?
Paul Greggor, London
Today's famous first words feature brings irresistibly to mind the I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue game of the same name. The panellists are asked to imagine the first words well-known people might have uttered shortly after being born. Suggestions include Lloyd Grossman's "Who would live in a womb like this?" and David Frost's "Hello, good evening and talcum".
Helene Parry, S Wales expat to Brentford
In Life as a ghost tweeter I see that 50 Cent is referred to as "50". So, should I call him "Mr Cent"? Come to that, should I refer to "Mr Dogg"? What's the etiquette here?
Mark, Reading, UK
In Can philanthropy bail out the arts? you say that "Selling naming rights ... is philanthropy in action." I didn't realise that advertising came under "the love of humanity".
Andrew, Malvern, UK
In my linguistics tutorial on Wednesday, a guy behind me was expounding on the merits of the Magazine website, and I felt it would be a bit odd for someone he'd never met to turn around and agree enthusiastically. Could you please tell him that there exists someone on his course who agrees with the excellence of the Magazine? Thanks!