Tesco made some adjustments to their Express branch in Aberystwyth, mounting a sign in the regional Welsh language that says "Codiad am Ddim." While the sentiment is there to be accessible for all, the sign promises more than the store can deliver as it actually translates to 'Free Erection.'Read More
One particular aspect of Siri, beyond identifying the best locations to hide bodies, is the ability to instruct to refer to you as a name of your choice. A feature that was exploited, as young Charlie Le Quense fell victim to a hurl of expletive abuse.
Shut the f*ck up, you ugly tw*t.
In-store gadget trolling hits a new level. Regardless of the slight chuckle some people would share at the situation, you can't help but feel sorry for the kid in this situation, walking up to an iPhone 4S demo unit in his local Tesco (Coventry) and enquiring about how many people there are in the world, only to be told in a vulgar fashion to promptly be quiet.
As keen purveyors of gaming advertisements, recent months have seen us indebted to some of the most inventive, engaging and seductive ads in quite some time.
Fuelled by marketing budgets in the millions, we’ve bear witness to an awe-inspiring Forza Motorsport 4 ad that has rekindled our passion for motorsport, seen a downright gritty interpretation of Tamriel in Skyrim’s live-action trailer and laughed at the superbly-played ‘Vet versus Noob’ advert for Modern Warfare 3 featuring a stoic, down-to-business Sam Worthington and a bumbling Jonah Hill.
So a blog piece from the Guardian came up in my 'most read' section on my Facebook app. It's pretty old; but it tells the story of how one of the writers almost got arrested for writing down prices of items in his local Tescos, to be a smart consumer and compare the general grocery prices. This bought on a rather disparaging vilification in his blog post, and we want to help in these times of need. It seems as if it's become restricted to take notes in a Tesco, here's some forms of concealment.