Yep, that’s right folks, it’s Friday again! Time certainly flies when you’re having fun doesn’t it?!
This week someone turned the thermostat up to 23ºC in London town and it was bloody boiling! If you’re truly English you did one of four things:
1. Wore as little as possible
3. Got sun burnt
4. All of the above
If you were to do a Google search for the amount of times the general public said the words “it’s too hot” on Wednesday, it’d probably go off the analytical scale.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!
It was our very own Miranda’s birthday this week and in true Bloodybigspider fashion we stuffed our faces with sugary treats and fell asleep at our desks!
Happy birthday dear Miranda…happy birthday to you – hip hip hurray!
The lucky lady has now flown off to Berlin for a long weekend away (insert jealous emoji here).
Hot, hot, heat
Even with the spring sun glaring down on us from 147 million kilometres away we’ve been working away like true marketing agency heroes! We don’t let the beer gardens and gold, sandy beaches distract us, oh no!
Us copywriting whiz kids have been working on some top secret projects this week – I’ve been finding out some amazing Champions League footy facts (which has been a dream come true), and we’ve also been writing some top copy for a blooming great car manufacturer!
‘Please accept our apologies’
Twitter has changed the way the world works for lots of folk. You can instantly have a 140-character chat with mates, celebs, brands and even vent your frustrations with a company’s customer services.
I’ve come to the conclusion that even though 24/7 customer service is a good thing (in principle), you don’t get much more than a meaningless ‘sorry’. So what’s the point?
If you work in Whitechapel (the coolest place in the world) and you’ve recently popped into Tesco on the high street, you may have noticed a god-awful stench. It’s a mixture of mouldy cheese and vomit – just what you want when you’re doing the big shop.
We took to Twitter to inform them and got nothing but a lousy ‘we’re really sorry to hear that’.
That’s fine Tesco, but what a about the food contamination?
If you’ve got any resolutions from complaining on social media, we’d love to hear form you!
Here’s some of our favourite links from the internet this week:
That’s all we’ve got time for I’m afraid people.
Have a bloody great weekend!
The BBS team