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17:18 UK time, Monday, 19 December 2011

At the risk of sounding like Margo Ledbetter...Well, thank you VERY much, Magazine Monitor! Revealing that the Krankies were once swingers in the "Quote of the Day" was not a mental picture I needed on a Monday lunchtime!
Fi, Gloucestershire, UK

Quote of the Day has just demolished some childhood memories - they were not fond memories, but still...
Andrew, Malvern, UK

Another self-glorifying headline from the tabloids?
Simon Robinson, Birmingham, UK

While taking part in work avoidance techniques today, organising books by genre and ISBN number and deciding what shoes to wear to christmas party (I'm definitely going with the purple stilletos), I happened upon the old Crunch Creep section of the magazine, and took a moment to wonder as to where it has gone. Is the recession over? Did I miss the recovery? If not then I demand to hear more stories of how sales of elasticated trousers are directly related to "hard times". Please bring it back!
Leah, Crawley, UK

Monitor: This request is being considered.

This is all well and good but why is the person driving down the middle of the road in the second picture down?
Stuart, Auckland, New Zealand

Sharon (Friday letters) - do you still have your all-chocolate fruit club as I found one recently which was just fruit. It would put my mind at rest in knowing where the chocolate went.
Ross, London

I once had a fully chocolate KitKat (two fingers only though).
Kate, UK

What I learnt from this graph is that being at work is a greater motivator for logging in to a news website than all but about 3 stories a year.
Michael, Edinburgh, UK

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