An interesting technique by Dali, as told by Richard Branson, “The Spanish painter, Salvador Dali, had a unique way to savour the moment. When he was bored with life, he would walk in his clifftop garden. He would pick a perfect peach, warm from the sun, and hold it in his hand to admire its golden skin. He would sniff it. The warm perfume would fill his senses. Then he would take a single bite. His mouth would fill with luscious juice. He would savour it slowly. Then he would spit out the mouthful and throw the peach into the sea below. He said it was a perfect moment and he gained more from that than from eating a basket of peaches.”
French and English nuclear subs collide in Atlantic
Ok, that doesn’t sound like a problem.
News reports said the collision resulted in a cloud of insults over the Atlantic. “Enculer” was apparently the word of choice for the French, most of whom wore berets and could be seen giving the English the finger.