Ok Mick (Tuesday's letters) - but is it conTROVersy, or controVERSy?
Instead of fussing about "controversy", both pronunciations of which are correct, could someone please teach television and radio announcers how to pronounce "secretary", "sixth", and "mischievous"? Thanks awfully.
Sharon Cutworth, King's Lynn
I may be being (very) thick, but say Greece (or any other country) did default on its debts - then what? Do they send the bailiffs in and repossess the country? Do they come to an agreement whereby Greece pays off their debts at say £100 per month for the next billion years? I really don't understand what the consequences would be in actuality - any ideas?
Oh dear, oh dear. The Joy of Sex was a seminal work?
Doggie Doo is the must have Christmas present this year? There's plenty of that in the park by my house so at least there's no need for last minute panics in Toys R Us!
If T Rodgers doesn't fancy doughnuts for breakfast (Monday's letters), he could always try the tasty treat advertised on the leaflet that fell through my letter box last night - the All Day Breakfast Pizza featuring sausage, bacon, tomato and - wait for it - baked beans!