So I think we should not just take the piss out of ourselves.“It’s interesting that Miss Saigon has come back, which is very serious and full of power ballads galore. There’s room for those shows, while also room to have a really good laugh.” Recent productions that have sent up the genre include Urinetown and Spamalot. "They said: 'You've got the job.' I was sitting there in my Sainsbury's fleece, with Mrs Bloggs's groceries in the back, and I just laughed my arse off," says Harman.
People often use the power/aphrodisiac conundrum to explain the Bill Clinton/Monica Lewinsky affair, but I think this is wrong.Yes Bill Clinton was the most powerful man in the world, but he was (is) also said to be charismatic, charming and in my humble opinion, not too shabby to look at.He Has Something About Him, and this is down to his innate charm – the sort of charm you find in most womanizers, whether they’re a brickie or a barrister.According to a survey by (apparently ‘the world’s leading dating site for married folk’ ), trying to ascertain which of our political elite are the most attractive, discovered that 39.1 per cent of unfaithful women (ie women who are already surfing this website looking for a bit of extracurricular) would have an extra-marital affair with Nick Clegg. Yes, he’s an MEP, but that’s the least sexy politician you can possibly be.I’ll translate: they’d pick him out of all our main party leaders, if forced, under duress to shag one of them next time their husband’s on a business trip to Pontefract. And he hates Europe, which means his entire political career is based around trying to get himself sacked. But, BUT, he’s had a good couple of months hasn’t he?