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Danish goalkeeper gets butter fingers thanks to Graham’s Butter

Ahead of the Denmark/Scotland footy match that saw the Scottish beat the Danes 1-0 on Tuesday 29th March, family owned butter company, Graham’s Butter went to great lengths to ensure Scotland had the home advantage. Before the match Graham’s Butter had a 3ft x 2ft box of its butter delivered to Danish goal keeper, Kasper Schmeichel, in the hope that he would rub his hands in it and lose all control of...

#bringbackthebees

A sweet (ahem) idea from the makers of Honey Nut Cheerios in Canada. It’s temporarily dropped its bee mascot from cereal boxes to raise awareness of a campaign to save the disappearing honey bee. The white space left in the shape of ‘Buzz’, the missing mascot, has got people and the media talking and signing up to receive packets of wild flower seeds from Cheerios to help the bees out. Not only...

Microsoft creates AI: shuts her down after becoming world’s worst problem child

Less than 24 hours after Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence chatbot named Tay (@TayandYou) was introduced to the world, it was just as quickly put under scrutiny after it began tweeting racist slurs and conveying misogynistic views. The bot was targeted at 18 to 24 year olds and the premise of Microsoft’s creation was to “conduct research on conversational understanding”. The AI was set free inside the...

Hidden camera ‘good egg’ hunt

The co-op are on the hunt for a good egg this Easter. Using hidden cameras the Co-Operative has been looking to reward the nations good egg’s for their good behavior. The online Easter campaign hopes to inspire good behavior in people, with multiple hidden camera videos showing Brits in need of help and being rescued by strangers. It prompts some self reflection as viewers are left reassuring themselves...

If Carlsberg did chocolate bars

With Easter just around the corner Carlsberg wants to make sure everyone is thinking about beer, just as much as chocolate. Dubbed the alcohol company’s ‘biggest experimental event’ yet, Carlsberg spared no expense in creating a giant chocolate bar, outside its pop-up ‘If Carlsberg did chocolate bars’ shop at the Truman Brewery, Shoreditch. It’s a fully functioning three meter...

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