Monthly Archives: June 2014

Tipping Point

Increasingly restaurants will try to add 12.5% service charge to your bill. I always ask for this to be removed and then tip directly to the waiter in cash. I’d like to explain why. Firstly, I’ll decide whether I’m going … Continue reading

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It’s gym life, but not as we know it

So anyway, on Tuesday I went to the gym. Mrs Fles came with me but then went home after half an hour (as usual). I knew she was going to watch EastEnders, which meant that I didn’t need to be … Continue reading

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Splash Happy

It is an outrage that Boris Johnson has elected to purchase water cannon without first gaining government approval – thus exceeding the authority democratically conferred upon him. I wish I could say that I was surprised at this but he made … Continue reading

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