'I've met a guy I really like but our first time in bed was just awful. He doesn't seem to have a clue how to give oral sex and he rushed straight into intercourse way before I was ready. I get the feeling he's both inexperience and clueless. What do I do?' … [Read more...] about Does YOUR new man fail to ‘rise to the occasion’? Tracey Cox reveals the early relationship sex issues that you DON’T need to worry about – and red flags that should make you run for the hills
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One of Rosen’s previous poems, The space on the page, explores the feeling that a blank page can be a friend. “You can write on it and it won’t answer you back, and it won’t laugh at you, it’s not ashamed,” said Rosen. “So I like writing to it and sharing things with it. And what happens afterwards may vary – it might just go into my files on my computer, or I might just show my wife, or a publisher. But the actual step of sitting in front of a computer or with a blank piece of paper and a pencil in my hand, that’s friendly.” … [Read more...] about Michael Rosen completes new book after long battle with Covid-19
NatWest lost a case earlier this year - despite it being past the official claims deadline - when Karen Smith, 58, from Cornwall, received an unsolicited refund from the lender worth £529.80, representing "a refund of commission over 50% charged on the PPI premiums paid". … [Read more...] about Millions of people in line for new PPI payouts thanks to ruling on hidden fees
Variously described in advance as a “dadbod” fashion show and the presentation of “a collection”, nobody knew quite what to expect. The tone was set by a soundtrack of “dad” tunes (Brown Eyed Girl, Livin’ on a Prayer, Hotel California) and an accompanying film displaying the sort of activities you see on Father’s Day cards: washing cars, playing golf, riding lawnmowers, fishing and tending to barbecues. … [Read more...] about NYFW: The Fat Jew’s ‘dadbod’ show was like a joke that fell flat
Now, I know – people keep telling me – that comedy is just meant to make us laugh, and isn’t meant to be revolutionary. (Tell that to Beppe Grillo, Jimmy Morales, Jón Gnarr, Russell Brand, etc.) I know that we (comedians included) have other, arguably more urgent things to worry about right now than monarchy. And of course – as per the republican argument that it’s not about whether the Queen or Princess Michael of Kent are good human beings or not – this isn’t an argument about the qualities of any individual comedy show. … [Read more...] about Not heard the one about the Queen: why don’t comedians criticise the monarchy?