James Corden, David Mitchell and Karl Pilkington have all made it into Heat Magazine’s top 20 weird crushes list for 2011. It’s a new entry at number one for Richard Osman from the BBC One gameshow Pointless.
Politically David Cameron, George Osborne and Ed Balls all made it into the listed with deputy PM Nick Clegg the number one political weird crush to have.
If you’re a fan of the X Factor you may be pleased to know that both Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh have also been named as weird crushes!
A national “Roundabout Idol 2011″ survey has been released and it has nothing to do with music mogul Simon Cowell. The survey covered all the worst (many of which are located in Scotland) and the best like Hemel Hempstead’s “Magic Roundabout”.
This morning I was looking for Medway based roundabouts with joyful junctions and great gyratories.
Medway’s Best Roundabouts
- A228/M2 junction 2 Sundridge Hill roundabout
- Ratcliffe Highway/Christmas Lane (heading to Hoo Peninsula)
- Hempstead Valley Drive roundabout (near Hempstead Valley)
You loved the size of the A228/M2 roundabout and the clear markings on the Hempstead Valley Drive/Rise roundabout scooped it a place in Medway’s top 3.
Medway’s Worst Roundabouts
- Bowaters Roundabout in Gillingham (aka Tesco Roundabout)
- A228/A289 Findsbury Hill (near Medway City Estate)
- Chatham Hill Roundabout at A2 High Street in Chatham
There were far more bad roundabouts than good but the above are your top 3. Your gripes included confusing lane markings, traffic queues at peak times (as with A228/A289 Findsbury Hill) and… did I mention traffic?
Boastful Chatup Lines
According to a new survey, it’s understood, women prefer boastful men to modest men. Here are some boastful lines and what they really mean:
I have a maid and manservant means I live with my parents.
I’m in the import/export business means I work in a post room.
Danger is my middle name means I changed it by deedpoll from Gordon.