DOES your pharmacy sell hats – You should probably thank Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth, who has been hailed for “single-handedly” saving the British hat industry.
Hats make a lot more sense in the sunny Australian climate, but there’s no doubt Liz will also have had an influence – particularly when it comes to racewear.
Milliner Philip Treacy paid tribute to Her Majesty, saying over her 65-year reign she has “kept hats alive in the imagination of people all over the world”.
In a BBC interview he also slammed the wearing of fascinators, which he described as “a hair band with a floppy flower on it [which] any child can make”.
In another example of the possible dangers of junk food, a US man is auctioning off a six-year-old cheeseburger & fries which he says are still in perfect condition despite being bought from McDonald’s in 2012.
The meal has been sitting in his office since then, as part of an experiment to see how long it would take to go off.
Bidding has reached $150, and he’s been fielding questions about whether it could still be eaten.
“I would highly recommend not…this thing looks perfectly edible but it’s been sitting in the dust for six years so don’t, don’t eat this thing!”