Going Up, Going Down

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    Going up:

    Apple
    The world number four became Britain’s first finalist in the Australian open since David Lloyd in 1977. Of course he didn’t win…but we were hopeful.

    Andy Murray
    The world number four became Britain’s first finalist in the Australian open since David Lloyd in 1977. Of course he didn’t win…but we were hopeful.

     

    British Bubbly
    The Classic Cuvée champagne made in Sussex became the Champion of Worldwide Sparkling Wines, beating well-known French giants such as Bollinger and Louis Roederer. At least one Brit became a champion this week…

    Secret Oxford
    Yes, Saatchi and Saatchi Facebook groups are getting annoying, but at least this one is useful. Discover hidden coffees, walks and everything else you never knew you didn’t know about Oxford.

    Going down:

    Beards
    If you have seen Brad Pitt’s latest facial offering then you’ll know what we mean… No excuses about keeping warm blah blah, no girl likes stubble rash.

     

    Pyjamas
    Tesco has banned people from shopping in their pyjamas after complaints that under-dressed patrons were making other customers feel uncomfortable. Every little (bit of clothing) helps.

    Politeness
    Apparently politeness ‘costs us £3,000 a year’. Britons are missing out on possible savings of £74bn a year because they would rather lose money than complain, according to research. Screw scrooge, it pays to be a grinch…

    Dictionaries
    A Southern California school board has pulled the Merriam-Webster dictionary off its shelves after a parent complained about the entry “oral sex”. If that’s how the kids are getting their kicks these days, what’s the world come to? 

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