VISA - Crayfish Bus (attack) - Wellington On a Plate: Welly On a Plate

RUN FOR YOUR LIVES! Giant crayfish are clawing out of the earth from mile-deep catacombs and attacking our cities! This is revenge for that time when I poured wormwood-heavy absinth in the boiling water at our crayfish party isn't it? I thought the hallucinations would be cool not terrifying! Hold me, I'm scared!

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Bulmers Cider - Tonya Harding, Titanic, Walt Disney & the Ice Age - print

Bulmers dust off Tanya Harding & Titanic jokes, defrost Walt Disney and quip that Dinosaurs might have stuck around the Ice Age if their beer existed back then. Ho-kay. I'm kinda thirsty after these dry jokes now. I keed. ;)

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Lacoste asks Norwegian police to make Anders Behring Breivik wear some other brand.

the Telegraph noted back in July that Anders Behring Breivik is a bit of a fashion fundamentalist.

Having been refused permission to wear a combat uniform, he has demanded to wear a red Lacoste sweater for his public outings to court or to the police station. He will not wear anything else.

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Mad Men posters from Radio have us antsy for season 5

Radio did these just for the heck of it, and they're nice. Reminds us how much we miss Peggy, Don, Joan and Roger. We need our Mad Men fix, and we need it now.

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RBC sponsors TIFF - as not everyone has an uncle in the business.

The latest from BBDO Toronto is this campaign for For RBC’s sponsorship of TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival). In the three spots, 2Helicopter", "Boom", and "Screening", Untitled Films director Mark Gilbert helps paint the picture of how handy having an "uncle in the biz" can be for young filmmakers. Unfortunately, not everyone has such an uncle.

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RBC/TIFF - "Screening" - (2011) :30 (Canada)

RBC/TIFF - "Screening" - (2011) :30 (Canada)

For RBC’s sponsorship of TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival), Untitled Films director Mark Gilbert helps paint the picture of how handy having an 'Uncle in the Biz' can be for young filmmakers. Unfortunately, not everyone has such an uncle.

 

Lets play London Advertising Monopoly!

Admonopoly (also seen on twitter as @admonopoly ) have made a board that is full of injokes, and by the looks of it, totally playable. I love the cards on top:

Awards ceremony
You lose to a youtube-ripoff. Give £20 to each player

and

Student Book Crit
Steal brilliant strategy from student team. Pick up an award card.

I sense a bit of bitterness here....... ;)

Check out what's tweeted to @admonopoly - there are some gems like:

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