All films described as 'feel good' actually 'toss'

FILMS described as ‘feel good’ should be rebranded as ‘toss’, experts have confirmed.

The Institute for Studies found that all ‘feel good hits’ were in fact highly predictable, contemptuous of their audience and intensely dull.

Professor Henry Brubaker said: “They are all the same. You could watch the Mamma Mia sequel without having seen the first one and totally get what was going on.

“It doesn’t make you feel genuinely ‘good’, it just lowers your intelligence for at least 24 hours, giving you enough time to recommend the film to other people.

“The makers of ‘feel good’ films are crafty bastards.”

But film fan Martin Bishop said: “I like ‘feel good’ films. I also think Brexit will be a huge success and one day my Dad will come back from the shops with that packet of cigarettes.”

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Woman realises her 'posh' friends are just normal people who like olives

A WOMAN has been under the delusion she was friends with an upper middle-class couple only to discover they just like eating olives.

Emma Bradford, 26, said: “Someone at work asked me if I knew any really posh people and I said, ‘Yes, my good friends Mary and Martin are incredibly sophisticated and well-bred’.

“But when I told my workmate all about them he said they sounded like perfectly normal people who just enjoyed eating olives from a bowl.

“Even when it wasn’t a social function or anything.”

She added: “I did wonder why they read OK! and recorded every episode of Cash in the Attic. But – because of the olives – I assumed it was some sort posh in-joke.

“I don’t like them anymore.”