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17:30 UK time, Tuesday, 11 September 2012

There was a guy from Chamber's Dictionary on BBC Breakfast this morning talking about new words. He mentioned one from the Midlands meaning to eatnoisily. It sounded very much like he said "chommeling". Could you please tell him the word is actually "to chobble"? Many thanks. I'll just get my can of vimto and bike wi' a wonky wayul...
J Paul Murdock, Wall Heath, West Midlands, UK

As Cuba and North Korea are the only two countries left in the world in which one cannot buy Coca-Cola, it seems strange to me that the colour most associated with Coke is red.
Rob Falconer, Llandough, Wales

"Stanley is named after Kazakhstan, where he is originally from". Did anyone else need this explaining to them, or was it just me?
Di, The Castleton, North Yorkshire

Michael (Monday Letters). Add to tax avoidance the line: "Staff have to be adequately rewarded for the work that they do." So it turns out they aren't even paid a salary!
David, Cannock, UK

Monkey nuts?
Matt, Hove

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