Apparently 1 in 4 of us use the topic of weather as an opener to a conversation. Blimey, says a lot about the UK. So, small wonder then, that a magazine has appeared on my desk dedicated to the subject of – the weather.
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It’s sometimes said that a magazine’s adverts tell you more about the readers than the editorial content – certainly that’s true of, say, the Sunday Telegraph magazine, which is likely to run interviews with edgy grime artists in between its ads for stairlifts and gardeners’ kneepads. So who do you think would be reading a
It’s always nice to see a new running mag, but I fear Men’s Running may hit the wall sooner than you can say “Grease up my nipples”. Not only is it laced with dated, sub-Loaded fnarr-fnarr phraseology like that (it’s aimed at ‘runners with balls’, would you believe), but by taking the monogendered approach it’s
Well, the definition of comely is ‘good looking’ or ‘attractive’, and this new magazine by Adeline Media certainly ticks those boxes. oh comely (keep your curiosity sacred) is a strange publication however. Cover lines are scribbled, layouts are minimalist, capital letters are banned and features tend to be written in the first person by
cost wellbutrin On the eve of the World Cup final we couldn’t not have a football related post could we? Football Punk has passed me by a bit, and this is issue 8. I was aware of Golf Punk though, which blazed onto the scene a few years ago and rightfully shook up the elitist
So another men’s magazine closes. Maxim, which, to be honest, I won’t miss much – has closed in the UK. However, it still continues to sell 2.5m copies in the US, and has franchises in other countries such as China, India and France. I found only one copy in my archives – it dates from