I love it – the phrase “young people nowadays”. And although I’m sure I’d have been able to find it in a few news articles, it still made me chuckle when I did in one today.
Just wondering if this film will be released here.
Please Santa, if you will come by this Christmas, bring for our neighbour downstairs of us:
A cooker hood extractor fan that is really powerful and that is ducted to discharge the smell from their kitchen out through the other side of the building instead of the stairwell because they always leave their front door open and they really really like to eat fish that smells like it’s been deep fried in palm oil.
Don’t worry, it’s not really a recession. It’s just a “recession“. Technical recession. Not a full-blown one, which will come next year.
When you put things between quotation marks, it means it’s not real.
Which is probably why it’s ok to raise electricity tariffs by 22%.
It’s actually quite fun putting quotation marks in news articles and seeing how the tone changes: