I think Eamonn Holmes needs to stick to cosy D-lister chats on GMTV tbh
Where did the comma come from? The mysterious origins of punctuation bbc.in/1ihUh63 by @OrkneyDullard for @BBC_Culture
I enjoyed reading this. In Defence of Cara Delevingne's Good Day Interview
10 brands that should have been named Britain's 'coolest brand' over Apple if British people had more sense
A.E. Hotchner on how Hemingway fucked up with his first love and never really got over it
His love was a strong love and he felt it strongly, as a man feels the tug of a great fish on the end of a line.
Aways good to meet a fan.
Nice visit by @rustyrockets today #dismaland
Oh no. Madonna's at the front door of my nan's house again.
Me: To who, exactly, does this count as 'essential'? Cheese: It's 'to whom.'
Here's my dictionary.com search history #GetFiredIn5Words
Some joker left this on my desk at work. Have scheduled a meeting with HR.
Good article @samparkercouk - attitudes to renting def need to change. Happy renter here
When Obama met Putin: a study in alpha male stand offs esquire.co.uk/culture/articl… …
Great read here if you've ever wanted to escape
Doing BBC papers in a bit with @jimwaterson - had my hair done especially ...
Red Nev on the decline of football in the North East. Sad to say I think he is right. telegraph.co.uk/sport/football… #nufc
Whenever I hear the name Eamonn Holmes, I'm reminded of the time he used a woman as a human shield.
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Tom Junod wants you to read his eight favorite @Esquire stories. Here’s his introduction:
"You can't get anyone to agree with you if they don't even listen to you first."
If Caitlin Moran's piece at the weekend isn't used to teach magazine column writing somewhere soon then it should be.
For some reasons I never tire of reading about how people like to cook their eggs.
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