Hey! Do you run a showbusyness gossiping column in a national newspaper? Do you struggle to fill it with people that your readers might have heard of, or care about? You do?
Here's a hint: when you do get a story that doesn't draw its cast of characters from runners-up on reality shows and children of people who once were famous, you might not want to draw attention to how thin your offering usually is by slapping a headline like this on it:
Cameron’s A-list love triangle
Diaz, by the way, not Dave.
Actually, given that it includes Jude Law, even then this story isn't really about a-listers.
And what on earth was going through the heads of whoever did the metadata for the story?
Yes, it does say "Cameron Diaz on sexcret London dates". A slip of the finger? A desperate attempt to cram the word "sex" into the URL?
Elsewhere, Ronaldao is musing on music:
He said: "Liverpool have The Beatles and Manchester have Oasis. I think we (Manchester) have the better band."
Isn't that like thinking Mike Yarwood's Steptoe impression is better than Harry H Corbett?