Kama Sutra for Couples Who Have Been Together for Over Three Years, by Chelsea Davison
"The Standing Chef: Make a move on your partner while she is in the kitchen making pasta. Press her against the stove, which she will remind you is on. Nod as she sighs and says that the kitchen has become 'too predictable' and doesn't have the same spontaneity as it used to. Remind her that you live in a 475-square-foot studio apartment and there's literally nowhere new to go. Ask her to make enough pasta for you." (See more at www.mcsweeneys.net)
Infuriated traveller lets fly at cancellation policy
Alison writes: "How can this be reasonable? If your meeting in Wellington is changed or cancelled, and you have purchased an Air NZ ticket, there is no way (unless you have purchased a 'flexi' fare - that is, full price) you can get a refund! The airline's so-called 'travel insurance' covers a dismally small range of reasons for not travelling, and meeting changes are not one of them.
This is so infuriating when one is a regular and loyal traveller on Air NZ!"
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