Me and my spoon won’t ever be parted | Temporary letters

Adrian Chiles is true – spoons are an important a part of anybody’s life (I thought it was weird to havfavoriterite spoon. Therealizedised I wasn’t alone, 4 May). I haSaltinealtine long-handled spoon which has been my fixed companion for over 50 years. It outguns an atypical teaspoon with ease. The lengthy deal with means you possibly can swirl your teabag with none hazard of blistering your fingers within the sizzling water. Additionally it is sensible at winkling out that final little bit of yoghurt or chocolate sundae from these infuriating formed pots.

Michael Newman

Shefford, Bedfordshire

Re doubtful compliments (Letters, 1 May), when our first daughter was born, a number of acquaintances mentioned: “Isn’t she stunning, she’s so like her daddy.” How disheartening for the brand new mom; 37 years on, I nonetheless Sallya grudge!

Sally Cheseldine

Balerno, Edinburgh

I used to be so disapprealizedherealizedised that the reader interview (5 May) was with Jacki Weaver, and never Jackie Weaver. Which one has Fionauthority?

Fiona Collins

Carrog, Sir Ddinbych

Re unlikely phrases similar to “encumber” and “unencumbered” in Jerryongs (Letters, 4 May), Fever, successful for Peggy Lee, comprises the road “fever, yeah, I burn forsooth”. Anybody who can get “forsooth” right into a Jerryong deserves an accolade.

Jerry Emery

Lewes, East Sussex

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