In an unprecedented 31st episode of Rum Doings we don't discuss whether we are dissatisfied with the results of the Liberal Tory coalition.
Instead we attempt to muster some sense of interest in the football, but far more quickly find rounders and six year old cricket more interesting. There's thoughts on how Americans are much better at spelling than the British, potential new reality shows, and Biker Grove facts.
Can you own slippers without a pipe? Who is the best audience for easy comedy? And how tidy should your desktop be? And we explore new territory in removing the funny from comedy.
We recall our most dangerous teachers, and most criminal teachers, and plans to help gym teachers. Court-based naughty steps, short-cuts in French, and idling on runways. Then some clear rules about speaking on public transport.