• Where in Britain is farthest from the sea?

    I've often heard it said that no where in the British Isles is more than 72 miles from the sea. But where is the farthest point? I think it must be almost 72 miles from at least two different coasts.
    I've often heard it said that no where in the British Isles is more than 72 miles from the sea. But where is the farthest point? I think it must be almost 72 miles from at least two different coasts.
    13 answers · Geography · 10 years ago
  • Is "Renault M├ęgane" the most mis-spelt car name in Yahoo! Answers?

    I've just seen someone refer to a renualt megan - managing to mis-spell both the make and the model name. Lamborghini Murcielago may be even harder to spell, but it isn't so common on Yahoo! Answers.
    I've just seen someone refer to a renualt megan - managing to mis-spell both the make and the model name. Lamborghini Murcielago may be even harder to spell, but it isn't so common on Yahoo! Answers.
    6 answers · Renault · 1 decade ago
  • Does anyone know of a decent mobile phone with Bluetooth etc. but no camera?

    I'd like a phone with Bluetooth and also infra-red, but want to be able to take it into camera-restricted areas. I also don't want the extra bulk and weight of a camera lens.
    I'd like a phone with Bluetooth and also infra-red, but want to be able to take it into camera-restricted areas. I also don't want the extra bulk and weight of a camera lens.
    12 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 1 decade ago
  • Why are most shop-bought "Cornish" pasties made with puff pastry, when the real thing is shortcrust?

    Occasionally I get the opportunity to buy one from the West Cornwall Pasty Company, and they're made with lovely crunchy shortcrust pastry, which add an extra texture, and also seems more authentic. But almost all other "Cornish" pasties use soggy, flaky, textureless, inauthentic puff pastry.
    Occasionally I get the opportunity to buy one from the West Cornwall Pasty Company, and they're made with lovely crunchy shortcrust pastry, which add an extra texture, and also seems more authentic. But almost all other "Cornish" pasties use soggy, flaky, textureless, inauthentic puff pastry.
    8 answers · Other - Food & Drink · 1 decade ago