Wednesday, 9 June 2010

Oh Please... go away:
A government quango has urged football fans to choose sparkling water and grapes rather than beer and crisps while watching the World Cup.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) which has an annual budget of £135m, has issued four pages of advice on how to make "healthier choices ... while you're feasting on the footie".

It suggests fans "walk to the pub instead of taking the bus" or "use half-time for a brisk walk and some fresh air".
The rest of the Telegraph article or original document is just too depressing to read. We need cuts in this country, the FSA's a good place to start. Bye!

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