Is this available over (or under) the counter? I'm asking for a friend...
Definitely under-the-counter only!
Damn. I want a subscription. For "a friend."
FALSE ALARM!!!! Today is Mr Lax's friend's birthday.Sx
I shall have words with the editor, in that case!
Releasing this issue may get the UK expelled from the EU!PS: Thanks mate.
My old buddy,Michael Caine might be right behind that eviction!https://www.facebook.com/topic/BBC-Radio-4s-Today/112483542097587?source=whfrt&position=2&trqid=6242820448474226641
Will the magazine be sent covered up in nondescript brown paper? I'd like to keep my reading material private from the prying eyes of the mailman. I've a semi respectable reputation that I'm sometimes keen on preserving, in case Prince Philip takes a day off and Liz needs me to hold her purse while she cuts the ribbon at the latest new fish & chips shop grand opening, or whatever it is that she does at those fancy royal engagements; I'm sure she won't mind if I rifle through her purse for some candy & reading material to pass the time.
I have it on good authority that its wrapped in lead-lined brown paper to foil any reputation-ruining x-ray probing.Mind your fingers in Liz's purse - the clasp has a fierce snap-shut that's been known to cleave a Corgi in two!
postal regulations demand this be shipped in a plain brown wrapper.
The wrapping is also waterproof, bombproof, and tamperproof. Open at your own peril!
Happy Birthday Lambchop!!!! Anyone know if he won anything on his day?