The wedding photographer debate had me thinking of lasting influence of a bad artist's work on someone's life during such vital moments. How do fledgling tattoo artists train? Surely they would not be completely error-free so early in their career, so who out there would happily allow an inexperienced inker permanently mark them? A slightly awkward catch-22 situation methinks.
More Tory infighting - now Cameron has accused his party of "acting like a government". A bit harsh there, Dave!
Edward Green, London, UK
I would to make a public apology for only getting one answer right in the public apology quiz.
Dave Godfrey, Swindon, UK
Every time I read a story about Michael Fish he gives a different excuse. That it wasn't a real hurricane - England will never have wind speeds high enough to get a real hurricane. That he wasn't the first to say it wasn't coming. Now he says he was talking about a completely different country. It's time he owned up to the gaff and laughed about it.
Fascinating to read in the Alexandra Burke interview that she is "her own woman", because she made the decision to have a fringe all by herself. Ms Pankhurst would be so proud.
Sarah J, Canary Wharf
Even better than the offers on at Andy Taylor's local supermarket Tuesday letters) are the ones I have at mine. One pack of frozen fish for £2, or two packs for £5... Hmmmm.
Heulwen Livesey, Ipswich
Two packs of 98p crisps for £2. Think I'll just take the one.
Michael Walker, Worcester, England
I remember, when I worked in retail, one particular DVD promotion: three for £15. A customer identified three £4.99 films which I proceeded to scan and yup - true to our advertising the till added on a 3p "saving". Bargain.
Paul, Cheltenham, UK
As students, we used to (probably illegally) sell cans of beer to other students on their way out of nightclubs. It was £1.50 a can, or three for a fiver. You'd be amazed how many people took us up on our offer.
Recently, my local supermarket had a "special offer" selling four-packs of canned tuna for the price of five identical single cans. That was topped by an offer to buy a four-pack of tinned tomatoes for the regular price of three single tins. Which would have been great, except that the single tins were on a half-price offer at the same time, so it was really four for the price of six.
David Richerby, Leeds, UK
I don't care how cheap the packet of sausages is, if a third of them are off, the rest can't be far behind.
John Marsh, Washington DC, US
Nadja (Tuesday letters), what you are missing is the Australian weather. If you're out in the sun all day the beer doesn't have as much impact as it would in a bar in chilly Boston.
Alan, Stockport, UK