One guest who wished that he had stuck to the stuffed songbird sarnies was the unfortunate Japanese businessman who, despite warnings that our chef, Dave, was untrained in the fine Nipponese culinary arts, demanded to be served blowfish 'nads:
His missus was not very happy about this piece of gourmet bravado, as our snap shows. He has, we understand, promised faithfully to stick to whale omelettes in future.
While all of the above was kicking off, a couple of oblivious Arizona Super Bowl fans who had decamped to the El Reg chillout room were enjoying some unexpected hot fourth-quarter action, much to their delight:
RE: see that wasnt too hard was it.
"next time do this without being asked."
OK, I'm sure next time he dies El Reg will do better.
@Anonymous Coward and Don Sinclair
You could always just tell the truth and the next time Witnesses come to your door, tell them you're not interested and preferred not to be called on again. If you don't want to do it face to face you could even look up the phone number for a local Kingdom Hall and tell them your address and that you don't want to be called on again. It's that simple. Running and hiding while they're at your door never solves anything. Neither does being mean.
"He was later found to have a brace of songbirds stuffed in his lunchbox, although there is no suggestion that Carli [sic] Bruni had a hand in it."
Carla Bruni had a hand in placing the brace within his lunchbox (a la M Sarkozy)?
Carla Bruni had one of her hands in his lunchbox (also, no doubt, a la Sarkozy)?