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?
Tickle my fancy, why don't you?