Doting dad Peter Sherwood takes a satirical swipe at parenthood and questions our irresistible urge to procreate
Brought to the brink of despair by a computerised banking system that refuses to transfer funds, Peter Sherwood gets on the phone and lost in cyberspace
10 metres apart? What’s all the fuss about? We seldom got closer than that anyway, writes Peter Sherwood
So we’re getting an ice rink in DB Plaza? That’s just cracked, writes Peter Sherwood. Finally, it´s happened: an innovation beyond our craziest imaginings. Prayers ..
Peter Sherwood whines whatever the weather because that is his wont. But at least he keeps it interesting. I want to talk about the weather. ..
Modern apartments really are to die for, writes Peter Sherwood. After trudging up 150 stairs you won’t feel like leaving the same day – until ..
I’ve promised myself to fly only if I’m led out of town in handcuffs. There is nothing charitable to be said about flying. I’ll qualify this obvious truth: The only thing worse is the budget version, and the only experience to surpass that is to be stuffed into a suitcase and spend the day on a baggage carousel at Rome’s terminally broken terminal.
What could be more satisfying than smugly telling people something they don’t know? Nothing, in my book, rivals it. Anything historically obscure to appear well-read and superior works brilliantly for me. What I find irksome are the blank expressions that follow my pronouncements, the faces clearly denoting the weirdness of their interlocutor.
Intent on shedding a few pounds and reducing his cholesterol, Peter Sherwood takes a look at some truly out there dieting regimes. Your cholesterol is ..
By Peter Sherwood A day for lovers, Valentine’s Day started out with pagan rituals, imprisonment, torture and death. Here are 10 things you need to ..