In our second competition of the day, DiS has got Múm ‘goodies’ to give away.
I hate that word. ‘Goodies’. It’s so… provincial. Sticks in the back of my throat. Don’t really know why I used it… and when it’s used in a sexual context…
How best to choose the recipient of a pair of tickets Múm’s show at the Scala in London next Tuesday? As well as a copy of Go, Go Smear the Poison Ivy (review) the band’s latest longplayer and, best of all, a limited edition Múm harmonica. Or, as the PR helpfully suggests, a Múm-onica. Goodies!
Pet hates: worst word. What’s your least favourite word in the English language? Post below, the winner gets the swag.
Play up, play up.
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