Just watched the highlights of our amazing ladies team. I had a chuckle that evidently in the female game they still shout ‘Man on!’ Was wondering what suitable gender non specific term it will eventually be replaced with?
Just seen a story about a Banksy NFT and read an explanation of NFTs. Does anyone understand why you would pay money (crazy money that is) for them? It reminds me of a n old story when someone put an ad selling £1 worth of nothing and loads of people sent in their £s.
I’ve been for a CT scan (for nothing serious) at a local hospital. I’m a man of 55 plus years. Before the scan, the radiologist said “I’m embarrassed at having to ask you this but is there any possibility you may be pregnant? Apparently this now has to be asked irrespective of age or gender!
I’ve been looking for a feature piece for a while and have found a painting I love but it’s not an original. It’s one of a limited edition of 45 hand embellished giclée prints on canvass so it looks like one. The original has been previously sold. The artist seems to sell all their oeuvres like this i.e. the original plus 45 such prints. Do prints hold their value like originals do? These framed prints are priced at 50% of the price of the original. Is that normal? Thanks
Takeover won’t happen. We’ll go on a run and get automatic promotion. Lambert will lead us to back to back promotion to the Premier League and will recall Phil to be the one chosen journalist allowed at press conferences.
That a new addition to the support bubble rules was introduced on December 2nd. Of course I’m not suggesting that anyone who could benefit from the new additional rule this Xmas had any influence on its addition...
From Gov.uk: Who can make a support bubble
Not everybody can form a support bubble. However, on 2 December the rules changed to widen eligibility for forming one.
You can form a support bubble with another household of any size if:
you live by yourself – even if carers visit you to provide support you are the only adult in your household who does not need continuous care as a result of a disability
*your household includes a child who is under the age of one or was under that age on 2 December 2020*
your household includes a child with a disability who requires continuous care and is under the age of 5, or was under that age on 2 December 2020 you are aged 16 or 17 living with others of the same age and without any adults you are a single adult living with one or more children who are under the age of 18 or were under that age on 12 June 2020