We believe Mondays should not be mundane. The start of the week should not be bleak. The first day should not be the worst day. That’s why we created a weekly roundup of quality content with a sense of humour, to make Mondays into Fundays.
Thug Kitchen is a startup healthy eating brand with a difference. Eschewing the “elitist” style of most cooking shows and celebrity chefs, the brand aims to get people eating right, without all the moralising, showing off or general smugness. With that in mind, the brand decided to make a down-to-earth promo video (complete with ‘earthy’ language) that definitely won’t be airing on a TV near you any time soon.
I for one am glad to see the back of the BBC’s annual twee-fest, Great British Bake Off, but for others it’s understandably an upsetting time. Here’s Mary Berry reacting to the news that this particular gravy train has pulled into the station for another year.
And here, courtesy of Paddy Power, is an insight into the workings of Mary’s mind.
From the ha-ha-harchives
IrnBru here, with a short, simple (and fairly irritating) advert starring an air hostess.