Officeholders are shedding their heads!

“I got here throughout some fascinating details about jellyfish and for a second thought it could possibly be describing a number of politicians of late,” writes George Zivkovic of Northmead. “A jellyfish has no ears or eyes or nostril and no mind or coronary heart. They don’t actually have a head. Their physique is nearly completely fabricated from water and is delicate, having no bones in any respect. Jellyfish are invertebrate animals as a result of they don’t have a backbone or spine.”

The canines and professions thread (C8) wants muzzling. Pleasure Cooksey of Harrington one way or the other got here up with “cross-breads with indignant bakers”.

“An indication of the instances,” says Carol Smith of Lewisham. “At this time I noticed a automotive with Victorian quantity plates driving close to Newcastle with a big printed signal on the again window NOT FROM MELBOURNE.” Col Shephard of Yamba provides: “The situation of an indication reminding prospects to remain seated always at a licensed premises in On line casino on Saturday offered a little bit of mirth in these COVID-19 instances. The signal was on the boys’s rest room door.”

Rebecca Reid (C8) gave us the sheets and readers have responded. Not solely that, however virtually all with the identical thought. Lynne Britten of Charlestown describes herself because the “daughter of a Melancholy-taught, frugal housewife” and says: “Rebecca ought to sew the 2 halves of the sheet again collectively, however with the worn edges on the skin and hemmed. A usable sheet with years extra put on in it once more, as the skin edges that have been solely ever folded across the mattress and have minimal put on are actually within the center. Easy.” The identical concept was floated by Mirren “Thrifty Boomer” Palmer of Forestville, Rosemary Schaffler of Thornleigh, Elizabeth Savage of Hughes (ACT) and Chris Fenn of Moruya who calls the method “facet to center”.

“No, no, George Manojlovic (C8), you aren’t ‘shedding it’. You’re really gaining senectitude. That is my story and I am sticking to it,” says Brian Byrne of Flinders.