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Gerry Cin­na­mon must have earned a frac­tion of that and is al­ways smil­ing. That’s what is wrong with to­day’s mu­sic right there. – T Brown, Kirk­in­til­loch.

How do you know some­one is giv­ing up al­co­hol for Jan­uary? It’s easy – they’ll al­ways tell you. Maybe a lot of these am­a­teur non-drinkers should give up look­ing smug for a month. I bet they’ll find that

I sym­pa­thised with your writer John Niven last week who said he’s piled on the pounds over the hol­i­day pe­riod. Prob­lem I al­ways find is that there are loads of left­over cheese and wine to last well into Fe­bru­ary. – A Mac­don­ald, Fort Wil­liam.

Your reader last week who said New Year TV was aw­ful was right. I had the best Hog­manay ever. Why? I went to bed at 10.30. Bliss. – R Con­nolly, Ayr.

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