A poll of 2,000 people conducted by ChannelMum.com, reveals that 55 per cent of shoppers want adverts to acknowledge COVID-19, while 46 per cent are calling for 'lockdown heroes' to be included, instead of previously favoured adverts featuring presents, roaring log fires and snowmen or sleighs.
Baileys has launched a limited-edition pudding-inspired flavour that tastes just like autumn in a bottle.
The makers of the original Irish cream liqueur have put a seasonal twist on the classic beverage to create Baileys Apple Pie.
According to adult camming and casual dating site Adult Friend Finder (AFF), maskfishing is becoming so popular they’ve had to initiative a ‘no maskfishing mandate’, banning users from only using pictures of themselves in masks on their dating profile.
Money.co.uk enlisted the expertise of an estate agent from housebuyers4u.co.uk to evaluate the renovations made to The Beckhams’ countryside home in order to estimate the value increase. Campaign by Alex Hickson at Rise at Seven.
A survey of 2,000 people by Hammonds Furniture revealed some fairly gross details about how often we're cleaning.
While 30 percent confessed to washing their bedsheets once a year or less, 38 percent said they only washed their coats as infrequently.
During these unprecedented times (as, I think, a further government edict says we have to call them) there's been plenty of, well, unprecedents. That's why Trebor, they of the Extra Strong and Softmints, have been asking the British public what lockdown incidents leave them thinking "Give Me Strength".
The British website poundtoy.com created a list of the top 50 book-to-film adaptations and graded them based on average critic review score, average audience review score, box office revenue (adjusted for inflation), and profitability. Campaign by Digitaloft.
Bristol Street Motors surveyed 350 people to find out how many actually ever read their handbook and analysed the word counts 30 of the UK’s most popular cars to see which were the longest and how long it would take for you to read them. Campaign by Evolved