THE mum who wrote in our sister paper, the Sunday Mail, about getting withering looks from older ladies when her kids played up in shops got a mixed response.
On the Record's Facebook page, Natalie McAusland said: "Most major supermarkets deliver these days. Why put yourself through it? If mine throw a wobbler, they go under my arm and straight to the car.
"The shop will still be there tomorrow."
Jim McDonald Middleton commented: "Leave the store until they calm down. Simple."
And Brenda Graham said: "I would have given her a hand with the milk and tins or at least offered. What happened to being nice? We have all been there."
Andy Murray's defeat in the Australian Open final prompted Ellen White to say on our Facebook page: "Every Scot in Australia is very proud of him. He will be back next year. If more people were positive about Andy, he might be more positive about himself."
Lots of you liked our pictures of the seal pup found relaxing on the dashboard of a car at Cairnryan ferry terminal. Scott Thomson, who uses the Twitter name The Dashboard Dug, tweeted us this photo: "This wee dog likes its comfort as well. Will not move from heater until suitably warm."
MOTOR MUTT Scott's dog warms up on his car dashboard