Jon Holmes isn’t scared to ask the tough questions and today is no different as he inquires, ‘Should we ban clouds?’
As Dyson unveiled their new, ‘quieter’, £299 hairdryer that just blows hot air, our need for clouds has also come under scrutiny.
To argue for clouds, was Dave. On the other side, firmly against clouds, was Bruce.
Bruce said: “Looking at Mars, which has no atmosphere and therefore no clouds, it has no issues with childhood obesity or antisocial behaviour.
“I appreciate correlation doesn’t imply causation – but these facts cannot lie.”
He’s got a point.
However, Dave quickly fired back: “There were a lot of clouds over Denmark this weekend and they don’t have the obesity crisis we do in this country.”
Clearly ruffled, Dave challenged Bruce, saying, “If you don’t like it go and live in a desert."
“As long as it’s a nice clear sky, I’d love it!” quipped Bruce.
Looks like these two will never see eye to eye.