Valentine's Day Cards to Strike Terror into the Hearts of Your Loved Ones
Instead of investing in a corporate greeting card this season, try one of these.
Objectively Correct Lists
The Best Christmas Presents for the Music Fan You Don't Know All That Well
Look, we get it, buying stuff for relative strangers can be hard, so here's a few of the weirder things that musicians are selling this year.
Wham's “Last Christmas” is the Only Truly Great Christmas Song
Powered by a sense of loss, the track centers on the feeling that's at the heart of Christmas.
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Escape To a Candy Floss Mountain Top With Hannah Diamond’s Wintry Banger “Make Believe”
Pull on your pink puffa jacket and get in the mood for a very PC Music Christmas.
We Asked Nigella Lawson for Her Christmas Dinner Game Plan
“Write a list of everything you plan to cook on Christmas Day,” advises Nigella Lawson, TV chef and unrivalled domestic goddess. “Then go away, drink a cup of tea, and strike out about half the dishes you’d planned.”
Objectively Correct Lists
Jesus Christ! We've Only Ranked the 10 Greatest Christmas Songs in Order of Greatness!
Sick of the same old Christmas songs? Here are ten objectively perfect festive bangers, explained by your favourite writers.
This Week in Food Porn: Hot Dogs and Cold Plums
What better time to take to the internet and look for serious food porn #inspo than New Year?
What It's Like to Eat Everything on the Wetherspoons Christmas Menu
Wetherspoons, the no-frills, no-music, no-need-to-wash pub chain that defines British drinking, does a Christmas menu. I went to try it—all three starters, two mains, and two puddings.
Glasgow Is Going Crazy for a Bar That Only Serves Milk
“People make a face initially when they taste it, then they tell us how great it is. It’s a nice, easy drink—maybe too easy,” says Paul Crawford, a Glasgow bar owner whose establishment serves just one drink: the milk and gin-based Panther Milk.
Why Christmas Dinner Could Cost You Less This Year
Commodities analytics firm Mintec reports that the price of cooking a traditional Christmas Day dinner has fallen to its cheapest since 2011. As if you needed an excuse to double up on the pigs-in-blankets.
More Brits Than Ever Are Dining Out on Christmas Day
Given the pressure of simultaneously cooking for a group of relatives and feigning excitement after unwrapping a “lovely winter scarf” for the third year in a row, is it any wonder Brits want to eat out on Christmas?
A DIY-Minded Guide to Holiday Gift Giving
Here's 16 holiday gift ideas that'll let you ditch Black Friday lines by doing-it-yourself.