We missed this phenomenon, perhaps because we can’t afford to shop at Paul Smith (where it was first stocked), but apparently the ‘beguilingly simple, yet addictive, hand-eye co-ordination game’ Corx is sweeping the globe. Invented by Rob Manley and Jon Unsworth, it’s something to do with balancing corks and is ‘already a firm favourite with the Man Utd squad’. Oh yeah, and the packaging features artwork by Pete Fowler. According to www.corx.net, ‘Top players talk of a Zen-like calm in the midst of competition.’ Too blissed out to remember your appointment, eh Rio?
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