But the latest one intrigues me, and as it's for a big UK name, and one I ought to warn you about it.
It's for English Heritage, and they want more than fifty notes to join. The leaflet quite rightly defines the richness of our country, and how there are hundreds of different venues to visit.
But there's one snag, and I wonder if either of you can spot the problem...?
Each 'venue' is printed in such small letters that you need a microscope to see them!
Someone, somewhere, in the dripping nauseous cellars where all National Heritage workers are bolted to the wall, may well wonder why there are no takers, as people like the O'Blenes can't actually read their blurb because the old glasses are not capable of squinting at such a small print!
I blame Brexit of course, and probably, so does the BBC and the Gud Rhianna and also, oh what, any other silly rag or prog where nobody understands late-middle aged normal people..;0)
I wouldn't actually know, of course, as I don't listen to or read either or any of them!