I'm 55 and in the 'fitter than my kids and often taken for 10 years younger" group. However, and this may be off topic, I'm troubled of late by the repeated appearances of some old bald bloke in all our family photos...
I love the guy. Anyone who can force James Naughty into committing an embarrassing semi-spoonerism live on air and then getting a fit of the giggles gets my vote. I notice the BBC always say 'The culture secretary, Jeremy Hunt' now, presumably to avoid any further involuntary profanities over the airwaves.
...perpetrators of a humiliating shambles, as one MP was insistent the CEO repeat after him yesterday. 'Was it a humiliating shambles, yes or no?'
Quite why MPs at these enquiries (and BBC interviewers) get such a thrill out of getting their victims to use an exact form of words I cannot fathom. Looks like showboating to me. I'm not defending the CEO, but he knows their performance was cr*p, we know it was cr*p - what does it matter what words are used?