Every week, I like to put one question to the Uuh! Magazine columnists, normally relating to the weeks cultural news and current affairs, and ask for a short but sweet response.
To kick off this regular feature, I asked the following:
"What is your perfect Sunday?"
Here's how they responded...
Well butter my #tits and call me #Brenda, what a tantalising #query. I'd probably just listen to some #cliffrichard and spend some time in my #sexdungeon. Nothing #outoftheordinary.
Ursula D. Sansbury
I'd prank call each of my eight ex-husbands and break their hearts all over again. Perhaps I'd even have a bet with myself to see who I can make cry for the longest. It'd probably be Sandro.
One word - BINGO! If there's one thing that beats the thrill of winning some dosh at the races, it's winning some dosh in a community centre at the expense of a large group of lonely old women. Billiard's Den - ten out of ten!
What a nonsensical question. A Sunday when Mercury is in retrograde is a completely different kettle of fish from a Sunday when, for example, Uranus is in transit, so how am I possibly meant to answer? Clarify the question or ask something better please.
I've had the same Sunday routine for eleven years now - a fry up, a trip to the leisure centre, a game of one player Jenga and a mid-afternoon sob soundtracked by Daniel Bedingfield's If You're Not The One. I can't see it changing anytime in the near future.
Melanie the Intern
To be honest it would be nice just to have a Sunday where I'm not being forced to work overtime to pick up the slack from the editor's laziness.
Ooft, probably playing some footie with the neighbourhood kids at the local park. Their banter is just top notch, and always includes some very novel jokes about my mother. What a lark!
Perfect Sunday? I've not had a perfect Sunday since Countryfile moved to the Sunday evening slot on the telebox. Did you know that Matt Baker is working for the Kremlin? And don't get me started on that John Craven.
I'd watch my favourite film - the home movie I made when I holidayed in Blackpool - on repeat all day, and lament the fact that it hasn't made its way into cinemas yet.