Posted 3 hours ago

THE POINTLESS LETTERS TOP FIVE “TERRIFYING PHRASES TO SEE SOMEONE ACTUALLY USE WHEN WRITING IN TO A NEWSPAPER TO TALK ABOUT SOMETHING”

5: "I’d abolish all rights and rename them privileges."

4: "Human rights law should be suspended when dealing with the nation’s security."

3: "Those who think their privacy is more important than the safety of all of us worry me and I’m glad the government doesn’t listen to them."

2: "When does free speech become sedition?"

1: “If you have done nothing wrong you have nothing to hide.”

Posted 7 hours ago

TL;DR: Woman gets caught in traffic, takes it well.

Posted 12 hours ago

Robin has actually sat and counted. For 10 days. Wrap your head around that one. Actually sat. And counted. Ironically there’s only really one word I can think of to describe this feat of petty-minded dedication, and that’s AM…

…wait for it…

…AZING!

Posted 1 day ago

Because they’re totally the same thing.

Posted 1 day ago

"I absolutely reject any accusations that I am in any way exaggerating the intense cold of the frozen foods aisle in ASDA." said Fiona, slathering on a thick layer of whale blubber before donning four sets of oilskins and furs. "I’m just going for a Sara Lee and I may be some time."

Posted 1 day ago

You’ve got to give Harry his due, when he uses a military metaphor in a letter complaining about some roadworks, he really runs with it.

(many thanks to Mick Carruthers over on Facebook for this one!)

Posted 2 days ago

Bit harsh.

Posted 2 days ago

JUST IN CASE YOU’RE WONDERING, PROUDBRIT HASN’T FORGOTTEN, OH NO.

Posted 2 days ago

"Thanks means a lot." says Name Supplied. "I mean, not as much as royally sticking two fingers up to my grandchildren and great-grandchildren at Christmas and birthdays, obviously, but it’s certainly up there in the top five."

Posted 3 days ago

Sometimes, the self-righteous outrage in a pointless letter is just so delicious. This may just be one of those times.