This is a snippet of an article I read in the Times a few months ago.
I found it so funny I took a picture of it and am now sharing with you especially in the light of my previous post about hipster baristas and Heidi's post about tea on Adelaide Villa.
It's funny because it's true.
My personal favourite is "Sorry" which means many more things that stated here but the editor must have had to limit the various possible interpretations.
But the Times isn't always so astute.
Following this article was a "Style" advice column.
They pretended like they could explain "casual chic" without any pictures at all and in a paragraph and somehow squeezing in Asos. Then another clueless reader was looking for a pair of smart everyday loafers for a budget of £300. They answered once again with no pictures.
I think Rupert could afford to give the journos either a raise or raise the budget to include some pictures already?