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Banned TGI Friday’s TV advert is ‘leaked’ online

A ‘banned’ TV advert from TGI Friday’s has been leaked online to promote the launch of their new handcrafted burgers. They aim to demonstrate just how amazing these burgers really are and I think it’s fair to say they have succeeded. In the video we see a man and woman’s reaction to trying the new burgers for the first time with, well, a very positive response. See their reactions below. A...

Aussie builders heckle for gender equality, by Snickers

Continuing with their “you’re not you when you’re hungry” strapline, Snickers Australia turned their attention to builders. Famed for heckling female passers-by – often with the wooing words of “Oi oi!” – they decided to turn this on its head. Completely against public expectation, the builders instead shouted messages of feminism and equality from on high, such as...

Queen Takes Royal Family Selfie for Mothers Day

At first glance, it appears that the royal family has been caught up in the selfie craze. A series of pictures have leaked showing the Queen taking pictures on an iPhone adorned with Corgis. Royals including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge lean in to pose for the camera. Unsurprisingly, these photos are actually fake. They were commissioned by gift retailer NotOnTheHighStreet.com and produced by renowned artist...

‘Do it for Denmark’ – an alternative solution to low birth rates

“Denmark faces a problem – The birthrate is at a 27 year low” This is how a new advert for the danish travel agency SPIES starts, and they have a untraditional solution. Because Denmark’s problem also becomes SPIES’ problem – less Danes born means less Danes travelling. This funny commercial with a very serious sales pitch has already been spotted by TIME, The Independent and The...

PR boss giving agency away in 5 stage competition to find successor

A few days ago, the BBC ran a piece headlined: ‘Boss of £1m firm will give it away to be a full-time dad’. If it sounds like a PR stunt, it is. Well, it is and it isn’t. The person behind the story is Simon Cohen, the founder of ten year old London-based communications firm Global Tolerance, whose previous clients include the likes of… the Dalai Lama. So, there’s an element of...

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