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Why don’t paint tins have a pouring spout?The long-running series in which readers answer other readers’ questions on subjects ranging from trivial flights of fancy to profound scientific and philosophical concepts
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My boyfriend has sex in silence – is that normal?. I want him to feel he can enjoy lovemaking – how can I encourage him to just relax and be himself?
'People were like animals!' How supermarket staff watched the coronavirus crisis unfoldFrom stockpiling toilet roll to spending £3,000 on wine, supermarket workers have had to cope with a panicking public – while finding themselves unexpectedly on the frontline
Armchair expeditions: the addictive joy of dunnart spottingFrom observing birds to spotting thirsty koalas, citizen science network Digivol allows volunteers to reconnect with nature while contributing to science
How we met: 'He's so brave. I once saw him climb into a tree to save a black mamba'. Jenny Botting, 33, and Arend Van Blerk, 31, both primatologists, met in the South African bush. They are living on separate continents due to the pandemic, but hope to reunite soon
Tree of the week: 'This fallen elm looks like a Man Ray nude'. In this weekly series, readers tell us about their favourite trees. This week: an elm tree on Hampstead Heath in London
From wonky tables to broken printers: how to solve the most irritating household problemsThere has never been a better time than lockdown to fix things around the house. The Repair Shop’s Jay Blades and other experts offer tips on how to do it yourself
Why having the right quiz answer doesn't make you a winnerAfter a lifetime amassing useless trivia, the craze for quizzes in lockdown should have meant it was Séamas’s time to shine…
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