This isn't one-millionth as ridiculous as that one on the Hairpin the other day. Now I'm confused as to whether that was a piss-take too, or if this is the one that's real.
Hurray for penises!
(sp: Húsavík, not Huvasik)
@My Number Is My Address I've just realised that my long-held assumption that Ford was American is wrong. I don't know why I thought that. The name, probably.
@My Number Is My Address I liked it. I haven't read the book, but I thought it was very funny, as well as very clear that we were supposed to hold Tietjens responsible for his situation. The prevailing impression was that his moral code and eighteenth-century-ness was admirable and ludicrous at the same time. Agree with this article that the last ep was poor, though. Don't think the whole thing was brilliant, but solidly good. Hall and Duff were great.
She seems nice.
Also, apart from Brokeback the other nominees were Munich, Capote and Good Night and Good Luck, which are all pretty decent. They had to try really quite hard to pick something that was not.
@riotnrrd I'll consider your point later: my pillowcase is talking at the moment.
I think Britain just has a higher number of lazy tabloid hacks willing to publish PR stunts as news.
"The research, commissioned for the home retailer Dunelm Mill..."