Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
See bungee jumping
- ‘Those seeking more ‘extreme’ pursuits may find the Harbour Bridge bungee jump to their liking.’
- ‘A daring sky dive or bungee jump holds more adventure in the short-term for a new generation than settling down with a partner.’
- ‘You can take a Ferrari for a spin, have a bird's eye view from a helicopter, take a stomach-churning acrobatic flight, tempt fate with a tandem sky dive or take that big step with a bungee jump.’
- ‘Meanwhile on the Darwen end car park hundreds of visitors faced up to their fears on a reverse bungee jump where they were shot into the air - 180 feet up!’
- ‘A new feature at this year's show is the bungee bounce, which combines a bungee jump with a trampoline - certainly not to be done just after lunch.’
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