Judging by her blue eye makeup, I'd say that Lady Justice Hallett (pictured) is no stranger to TOWIE, Ryanair flights to Benidorm or indeed getting chucked out of McDonalds for fighting.
Yeah, Hallett knows about the streetz: hence the backing she leant last week to a new initiative to give judges lessons in popular culture.
But is Hallett acquainted with the latest on social networking site Tumblr, where a cringeworthy 'nice guy' meme (pictured below) has been doing the rounds? Again, the clue is in the blue eye makeup. Either it's Hallett's way of refusing to be cowed by the nice guy or she just isn't as up on popular culture as we'd all been fooled into thinking.
Ryanair’s commitment to cheapness extends to its in-house lawyers, it has emerged.
In a spat with an Irish airline regulator, the airline’s chief executive Michael O’Leary (pictured) proudly revealed that he pays “fully qualified accountants, economists and lawyers less than €50,000 (£42,000) each.”
O’Leary’s pay package – £1.3m in 2010 according to The Sunday Times – makes him worth the equivalent of 22 Ryanair lawyers, or 26,000 bags checked in to the holds of his planes.
It's safe to assume that he pays his external lawyers rather better. Last year Ryanair instructed top Covington & Burling partner Georg Berrisch and Monckton Chambers’ John Swift QC to challenge the Office of Fair Trading's (OFT) decision to investigate the airline.
Perhaps O’Leary can get away with the low pay because he employs such relative youngsters. Ryanair’s legal chief, Juliusz Komorek, is just 33.