Normal service is resumed today, but there is a bumper crop of letters to make up for their absence yesterday.
That's it - I have finally become my mother. I looked at this article and all I could think was: "Oooh, that shirt needs a good iron..."
Well done to everyone involved in this story: "Record hopes after 57-hour football match in Coventry". So, 779 goals in 57 hours, eh? It seems that amateur teams, even when exhausted having played through two nights, can produce almost 14 goals per hour. I wish professional football was this interesting!
Martin, Bristol, UK
Regarding: The unsung wisdom of people who tend to answer "I don't know'. What's worse, ignorance or apathy? I don't know and I don't care.
Gilbert Campbell @bbc_magazine
Re: The Sun's five-a-day gallery of peculiar produce in Tuesday's Paper Monitor .I have just got home from the pub and even in my tender state I can clearly see that the "Dog Yam" (photo 4 of 7) on the Sun's website is a fraud. I can see the cocktail sticks holding the legs on. Don't coax me in with the promise of miracle veg only to let me down so dramatically with photos of third-rate home made tat with stuck on legs. Please pass my comments onto the Sun as I am going to bed now. Good night.
Mike Hewer, Switzerland
So, a BBC presenter tells the BBC listings magazine about his opinion on the BBC, as reported by the BBC, but "the BBC was not immediately available to respond to Fry's comments". Brilliant!
Andrew, Erlangen, Germany
Is this picture supposed to show 'white lines'? How very misleading. And they look more yellow to me
Diamond to be new Barclays chief: Slightly misleading but this headline gave me some funny mental images.
"The cells simply assemble themselves from a mixture of the proteins, minute tubes of carbon and other materials." Now, I admit I don't visit the technology pages very often, but this doesn't sound at all simple to me.
Kaylie, Runcorn, UK
"Do our memories get better or worse with age?" Sorry, what was that you said?
JennyT, NY Brit
The letter from Rob (Monday's letters) in London reminds me of my dad, who is also blessed with an, ahem, haircut like Hague's. He used to wear an awful ... thing ... crocheted by my mum until it got washed away by a huge wave. After that, the baseball caps were a relief for us embarrassed teens, I tells ya.
M. Ross, Lancaster, UK
Ray (Monday's letters), I was once treated by a Dr Foster in Gloucester; probably not this one though, it was only an ear infection.