Woman no longer watching This Morning ironically

A WOMAN has realised that she is no longer watching This Morning for a laugh and is genuinely just watching it. 

Emma Bradford admitted she now gets up religiously to tune in, has caught herself smiling through the opening credits, and hums the theme while pottering about the house.

Bradford said: “Normally I would relentlessly ridicule anyone who watches This Morning for any reason other than to get screenshots to put on Twitter. 

“I thought it was just for the freaks of society, who have literally nothing better to do than watch two fairly bland presenters talk to Z-list celebrities and ‘experts’ on everything from relationships to Tupperware boxes. 

“But now I actually look forward to it every morning. I’ve even laughed along with something Phil or Holly says, rather than laughing at them. It’s like I’ve had a head injury with weird effects.

“Maybe lockdown has given me a newfound appreciation for the constants in my life, while everything else has been thrown into a whirlwind of disarray.

“Either that or I’ve just gone really thick.”

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Prince Charles' guide to working hard

THIS week the heir to the throne urged Britons to do some “hard graft” and stop our fruit and vegetable crops going to waste. Here Charles gives more examples of how to work harder.

Run your own bath and put toothpaste on your brush yourself

Don’t just rely on your valet. I’m certainly thinking of giving this a go once I’ve mastered getting my own pyjamas out of the drawer. The great thing is it will free up vital man-hours for your servants to perform more pressing tasks around your estate.

Don’t just talk to your own plants – also talk to those of elderly neighbours

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Dress for work

Keep your morale and standards up by dressing properly instead of lounging around in your Y-fronts. Today I donned a full Royal Navy admiral’s uniform complete with ceremonial gloves, gold braid and more than 60 medals. Then I watched Bargain Hunt.

Help me make green ink to write my mad letters

If vital supplies run short, we may not have enough green ink to write furious letters. So I intend to make my own from peas. Please join my ‘pea-ink volunteer corps’, crushing peas in vats and extracting the juice for 10 hours a day. There is no actual pay, but if you all line up for inspection like Wimbledon ball boys, I might deign to give you a curt nod.

Wave at things

As any Royal knows, there’s no work that is harder – or more rewarding – than waving at things. Today I waved at a lamp post for a full 45 minutes. I could tell it was appreciated.