Wales is in the news again, but this time for something a little more news-worthy than Ewe Fancying.
Full demolition of a shopping precinct in Pontypridd, considered an eyesore by many residents, is to be completed by the autumn.
The inclement weather is a natural resource for destroying all but the hardiest of buildings, and the Shopping Centre would not even be able to withstand the September/October months, let alone the ferocity of a Welsh winter.
Plaid Cymru M.P. Mike Rushedballs told us, "To the Welsh the excuse for the 'wrong kind of snow on railway lines', causing massive disruption is, frankly, laughable. Out here we have bastards of winters, freezing cold twatting buggers of winters. They start about August and by the time Christmas comes we're lucky to have a building standing. It's just our luck that the Pontypridd precinct won't be missed anyway. It's a bastard of a building."
Last year the months September to May saw Pontypridd almost completely destroyed, widely acknowledged to be a 'great improvement'.