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16:55 UK time, Friday, 3 February 2012

What is "the lowest note ever written for a choral piece" supposed to mean? *draws stave, bass clef, five ledger lines and a note* See? I just wrote a lower one. If only I'd made it choral, the record would be mine.
David Richerby, Liverpool, UK

Before everyone writes in and says that Paper Monitor must be male because (s)he enjoys a pint, I'd like to point out that I'm female and I drink pints of bitter - so there!
Gail, Reigate

Caption Competition was really funny but I feel I must point out to VirtuousFang that it's a DS not a Game Boy - that's the only reason I can see for you not being 1st!
Jenny F, Aberdeen

It will not be possible to tell which were the cleanest Olympics "ever" until "ever" is over. Perhaps they mean the cleanest Olympics "so far". I'll get my coat (and scarf, gloves hat and thermals).
Colin Main, Berkhamsted, UK

It's good to know that the Falkland Islands are doing well. I never realised that two telephone boxes could give birth to a letter box.
John Airey, Peterborough, UK

I notice Ray Lashley refers to himself as "Guardian of Monitor Weights and Measures since 2005" (Wednesday's letters). I wonder if the well-known broadsheet newspaper has a "Monitor of Guardian Weights and Measures"? (Other centre-left newspapers are available, although there might not be.)
Ian, Bristol

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