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'Sundays still special in Liverpool'

Roasts rule the roost, says some survey

Published on June 12th 2012.

'Sundays still special in Liverpool'

 “Traditionally a day of rest, Sundays have changed significantly thanks to the wealth of choices Brits now have at their fingertips,” it says here. 

In a recent survey, the makers of a sparkling juice drink (which should, but will not be named), asked 2,000 British people from all over the country how they spend their Sundays.

According to the survey, "those in Liverpool can’t get enough of their roast dinners", and they are still eaten by a "whopping" 93% at least once a month.  More than half of respondents - 52% - spend more time with their family on a Sunday than they did 10 years ago, confirming that lucrative PR contracts still abound. 

Nice PeopleNice PeopleTV historian Dominic Sandbrook (for it is he), shrewdly observes: “How people spend their time on Sundays changed most dramatically when the Sunday shopping law was passed in 1994.  This really opened up the different types of Sundays that we see today. What was once a day for doing very little and staying at home can now be spent doing many different things.” 

Another thing we allegedly go mad for here in Liverpool on Sundays is checking Facebook, Twitter and email accounts twice a day (51%). The press handout, at this point, stops short of resting the case that Sunday, unless you are knee deep in a Yorkshire pudding batter party, is as boring as ever.

Anyway, the Olympic Games this summer means that Sunday trading laws have been relaxed as Britain pretends it is "open for business".

That a good idea or not?

You decide, if you haven't lost the will to live, in the rants below.

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Darth FormbyJune 14th 2012.

It is the work of the dark lord Satan to eat on the Sabbath!

Mad MitchNovember 17th 2014.

as is to eat a kebab after too much liverpool ale

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