Saturday, May 31, 2008

You can't say you weren't warned

"There's no lingua franca to this, except for the European lingua franca of irksome tweeting"

Kiss Me Quick hats off to Michael Moran's Sod Abroad, which - alongside exploring jetlag, ways to annoy an American and the wrongness of skiing - details the worst 11-and-a-half holiday songs of all time. This quote, clearly, refers to the Birdie Song, but the book is worth buying for the first ever-linking of Whigfield with Star Trek.

Don't just take our word for it - buy it and decide if it's worth buying for yourself. (Apparently it's very popular with people interested in Mary Seacole.)