I won't mention the name again, it's been mentioned enough on this forum already in the last day or so, but I'm sure you all know which one I mean.
Mrs MTG's 14 year old daughter does a paper round on Sunday mornings.
She's far to young and innocent to understand politics and stuff and just sees newspapers as all the same, something that grown ups read.
The dilemma is, that if she's unavailable on a Sunday, I'll do the paper round for her, if I can, to avoid letting the paper shop owner down.
Now, I used to get embarrassed about being sent down the shop for a Copy of the Sun by the older guys when I was a lad starting out on building sites.
This is another league though.
I get a list of names and addresses with the name of a newspaper next to each one.
Inevitably, several of them take the Sunday M Word.
I can't do anything that would jeopardise Juniors's job, so should I just make a note of the names and pass them on to the authorities ?