A selection of headlines from stories in the news.  They use English in a way that you might think is intended to confuse, but it’s all perfectly clear to the native speaker.

“Never mind the pollack” was the headline of a report on Sky News about Sainsbury’s renaming a type of fish.  The traditional English name of the fish is pollack, but they’ve decided to name it colin (pronounced co-lan), the French word for hake, because customers are too embarrassed to ask for it, although why on earth they would be embarrassed is anyone’s guess, as long as you pronounce it correctly it doesn’t sound anything like @#*!!@#@.  The headline is a play on “infamous punk album “Never Mind the @#*!!@#@ Here’s the Sex Pistols.”

It's all a load of pollacks to me.