Blog: More kebab nonsense

Catherine Sleep | 10 September 2003

Photographer and academic Adam O’Meara believes discarded kebab wrappers not only reveal important variations in eating habits in the North and South of Great Britain. He thinks they also tell us a thing or two about psychological differences. Okay…

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