Clod Magazine begs the populace to “put away your lutes and stop whistling” in this 29th edition of Luton UK’s bastion of satire (without responsibility).
A free 8 page supplement features fine examples of the modern phenomenon of exercises from ‘Adult Colouring Books’.
Modern advice for CV writing is provided by Harvard Business School lecturer Scott Cougar-Schwartz (recently discharged from the slammer).
Derek Jeans updates us with his fashion news (OUT ! - Aspirations. IN! - Aspic rations).
Clod stalwart J.Daggers enlightens us with tales from his secret ‘IS’ diary, while Alan Vaughan’s ‘Emphasis’ page is taken over by Mike Levelbadges. By arguing the case for “disappearance” rather than “diet” Mike reveals a dangerously low self-esteem.
Regular column “Listing Badly” acts as a guide to health tourists wishing to improve their health. It recommends chiropody in Beirut, hysterectomy in Benidorm, and ears syringed in Tunis, amongst others.
News from beleaguered Britain concentrates on the campaign for Decent English by Eliott Smoke, (“keep your hands off the semicolon”), as well as a pub guide to British chain “Wetherspoons”, (“a vast, old converted cinema with a serious lack of charm”), brought to you by A.Weizen.
‘The Promise of Exposure’ attempts to dissuade artists from selling their souls, suggesting that only “starvation and thirst"await those who accept publicity over actual payment.
Tim Fitzayre delights us with a further adventure of french cartoon heroes "Abbleau l'oie et Garamond”.