Feel a bit delicate after hard evening preparing new future cookery lesson / IPE.
Today's Telegraph website contains this headline: Julie Andrews compares singing after throat surgery to afterglow of sex. What can it possibly be about? Luckily there is a subheading to clarify: Dame Julie Andrews, the Sound of Music actress, has compared the experience of singing after throat surgery to the pleasurable afterglow of sexual intercourse. Then, in case you were wondering who this story might be about, there is a picture of Dame Julie Andrews:
But what if you don't know who this is, or can't infer it from context, or have completely forgotten what the story is about by now? Never fear, because the photo's caption is the piece's third sentence of text: 'Julie Andrews, the Sound of Music actress, compared singing after throat surgery to the afterglow of sex'
You may have noticed that there was no NFL post on Sunday. I felt more delicate then than I do today is the reason. I have some good things coming, but I have just read the NYT's Fifth Down blog, which has a series of quick reads for the week. The last two feature a couple of unheralded players. Their names are Richie Incognito and Keith Null. They could not sound more like pseudonyms or characters from a particularly arch Paul Auster story.
Miami fullback Lousaka Polite, by comparison, is just a guy with a funny name.