I was watching Rick Stein's latest pleasant cooking/travel show last night, and he ended up in Greece, where he noted that a lot of people are "rather rude" about Greek cuisine.
Count me in on that. Of all the European cuisines, I have always said that Greek is the least interesting, and I invariably find Greek restaurants are dull and way, way too similar. Mind you, a good moussaka can be pretty nice, even though last night's example must be pretty damn heavy with olive oil. But overall, I like to give Greek food a miss.
And in another example of confirmation that I am not alone, after all, I see that quite a few readers of The Guardian are criticising Frozen, a movie which I agree is completely underwhelming, with a popularity based on one song.
Oh, and Jonathan Greene on Twitter has been sharing a three year old ribald attack on Love Actually, with which I also agree. I really find that movie the pits, and would force people who love it into re-education camps if I were a not-so-benevolent dictator.