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Baywatch for a new generation: The Slow Mo Marathon

For those of us old enough (cough, only just!) to remember Baywatch on TV, the iconic slow motion beach run of the opening credits is the stuff of legend. To celebrate the release of the new Baywatch film featuring Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Zac Efron, Paramount hosted the world’s first Slow Motion Marathon in downtown LA. Alongside some of the cast members, thousands of ‘runners’...

Green Flag hypnotise football fans for #itsoktoswitch campaign

Green Flag, a breakdown cover provider, wanted to convey how easy it is to switch to a different provider, and what better way to do this than hypnotize a bunch of die-hard football fans?! In all seriousness this is a very nice campaign – shareable and funny, double whammy. Green Flag hired a hypnotist to go into a pub and hypnotise Arsenal and Tottenham fans (arch enemies in the world of football if you...

Goggle Boxing with Frank Bruno and son

Ahead of Joshua vs Klitschko this weekend, Frank Bruno has been recruited to teach the nation a new type of boxing. The former WBC and European heavyweight champion is joined by his son Franklin in a new tutorial video to teach the nation how to “goggle box” (see what we did there) when they watch the biggest fight in recent memory from a different corner – their armchairs. Shot in a Bushey semi, the clip was...

New P0rnhub app enables you to censor your nudes with funny animations

Naughty video website P0rnhub (a moral-deficient consumer PR person’s (wet) dream, SURELY?) has created TrickPics, “the first app with augmented reality filters… for your naughty bits”. TrickPics allows users to choose from over 15 animations, including ‘d1ck in a box’, ‘knock knockers’ (literally just door knockers the user is encouraged to use to hide their...

Heinz approves ads first proposed in Mad Men ’50 years ago’

In a case of life imitating art, Heinz has given the go-ahead on a series of adverts first proposed for the brand by none-other than Mad Men’s Don Draper: In episode ‘To Have and to Hold’ from season six (aired in 2013), Draper pitched the idea to Heinz that a campaign needn’t feature the product at all, “because the consumer will complete the thought. The product will be in their...

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