Dotty LaFou returns to address a particularly serious issue. How do you keep a relationship going when you're doing all the labour?
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The research department of Exeter University has finally solved the greatest problem of our time – how to stop seagulls from stealing our chips.
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With Japan allowing the practice of growing human organs in animals, we find ourselves a rather awkward place in our history.
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As Madonna once put it, we need a holiday. However, as speaking to a travel agent means going outside, a little page called Sadtopographies can tell you where to go.
For some reason, indoor plants are back in. But if you’re anything like me, mistakes have been made. So I’ll compile a list of characters that can withstand all sorts of abuse.
Today is National Tree Day. As a proud dendrophile, let me explain why you should hug the next tree you see. Don’t be shy.
In 1900s Australia, mental health was defined by doctors who administered beatings and clamped down on “subversive thoughts”. A league of women fought back with one of the weirdest groups this state has ever seen.
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Today marks 48 years since Apollo 11 astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin took that famous small step for all of us. The grip of wonder and confusion still holds me, as it did in 1969.
The concept of China’s singular state may grate Western sensibilities, but if you consider their past, it is the only way forward.
After a mysterious golden bird that puzzled a Britain turned out to be a gull that fell in some curry, I believe we’ve found the perfect symbol of our time.