I agree with Paula Panzer. I don't like Liz Jones, and it has become something of a sport in my house - playing Liz Bingo and so on (giant feral children, buttery soft vegan leather, telling us how kind and 'never spiteful' she is then launching into a bitter attack on family/friends). What I don't understand, and this is a genuine question, not meant to rile anybody up, is where we can see her wit and warm funny humour coming through. I admit that the image of a dying chicken with its "beak parted in bliss" did make me laugh, but I never get the impression that the things I laugh at are things she intends us to laugh at.
Please can somebody provide me with even one example of her being witty, or warm, or funny?