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17:06 UK time, Monday, 10 September 2012

I've always objected to the concept of tipping (Mr Pink's rant was the only bit of Reservoir Dogs I enjoyed); now I discover it's a tax avoidance scheme contributing to the national debt I'm even less keen. "It actually works out better. If it was included in the price of the meal, the customer would have to pay VAT on it, and the restaurant would have to pay national insurance."
Michael, Edinburgh, UK

Re: Tesla, The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing wrote and released a song about Tesla this year, and they know the REAL Tesla.
Kevin Davis, Woking

So, Kevin Maher confesses to being a cat kisser. I think I can safely say that nobody in the UK will now be a Kevin Maher kisser.
Rob Falconer, Llandough, Wales

Shiz, are you telling us that Cheshire cinemas subject you to a search before allowing you in. I think I'd tell them where to stick their projector if they tried that here.
Dave, Greenford, UK

Rob Mullan, in our band of monitorites, let him be known as "Long Basil"... I'll get tunic of Lincoln Green.
Ray, Turku, Finland

Rob Mullan, Friday letters - No, but now I will!
Heather, Jersey

Whilst he isn't, I was pretty certain that Professor Mustard was a Cluedo character.
Basil Long, Nottingham

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