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11:30

Opinion

Laugh or cry?

Rachel Haynes

...room (which, to confirm everyone else's observation, really is smaller than it looks), I wondered whether that scribbled smily face was still there. Brexit has so many sides to it that you don't know whether to laugh or cry. British residents on the ... the prime minister and sit back, relax and laugh at the proceedings. After all, the theatre where the story is playing out is most certainly impressive. Meanwhile here in Spain no one is in a position to laugh at the goings-on in London. The Spanish

17:02

Opinion

Game for a laugh

Peter Edgerton

FIFA 19, Red Dead Redemption 2 and Call Of Duty Black Ops 4 are all video games. Anyone with teenage children will already have known that as will lots of middle-aged blokes who should know better. Let's presume the FIFA one is about football; that l

13:09

LifeStyle

"At first I thought it was the end of the world, but I have learned to laugh about what has happened"

Mónica Pérez

...how to laugh about what has happened to her and that, she says, is her greatest achievement. "My brother was the first person to suggest playing stone, paper, scissors, and we laugh a lot together," she says. "It's very worrying that parents are ... too much, and I feel angry at myself for losing my hands and feet but my parents are like: "Are we going to laugh about this, or be miserable?" Your case has produced a huge wave of support. When did you become aware of that? When I was in ... I felt as if my world had come to an end, but then I gradually accepted it, and now I can laugh about what has happened. That is a huge achievement. I know. How did you deal with everything that happened after that, once you were aware? I

12:10

Sport

"I couldn't say how far I will go as a player, I don't know"

Pedro Luis Alonso

...coaching? That made me laugh. You can de-stress, if I can put it that way... Is the advice useful? I don't think it's bad, but on the other hand it can also be a handicap, when they try to tell you how to stop playing badly. And the lack of line

15:02

LifeStyle

Taking business a little less seriously

BEN CLARKE

Fifty entrepreneurs, employees and students based on the Costa del Sol gathered in Malaga last week to share business experiences. There were no success stories, however; the speakers had gone along to share their failures. The event was part of th

13:34

Opinion

Flied breakfast

Peter Edgerton

Man, they’re annoying. Just when you think you’ve seen the last of them, they appear again from nowhere, imposing themselves on our lives with a pompous arrogance rarely seen outside the world of professional football. No, I’m not talking about polit

11:08

Opinion

Gone direction

Peter Edgerton

...properly, they laugh heartily and wonder how anyone could be so foolish. I, on the other hand, nod empathetically remembering the time I drove a small lorry the wrong way up a one way street in a sleepy Norfolk seaside town as grown men clasped their heads

12:45

Opinion

Business as usual

Jennie Rhodes

laugh it off. But isn't that what many men still believe? An inappropriate comment will just be brushed aside and not cause any offence? In Spanish this is referred to as micro-machismo; in English, microaggression: small incidents of sexism that most ... even have a laugh at the day itself. Michael Forsyth's gaffe, to my mind is just another example of these microaggressions and I was horrified that nobody, including the female panellists on the programme, picked him up on it. According to the

17:39

What to do

"I always thought it would be ace if I could perform in Malaga and visit my father"

Tony Bryant

...night and asked me if I would MC it as I had done a lot of acting and liked making people laugh, most importantly; I said I would do it for free. The first night went amazingly well. In fact, I met my wife that night. We clicked instantly and made each ... other laugh on and off stage. Fourteen years later we are still together, so who's laughing now? What is the most bizarre place you have ever performed in? I reckon it must be performing from the middle of a boxing ring. The organiser of the boxing ... funny ideas crop up that I jot down as quickly as possible. Other times it is in conversations when people laugh and we've hit a golden seam of comedy that I then think I can work on. Mainly though, ideas come from intentional thought. I have a