Mog’s Christmas Calamity

Sainsbury’s is the second largest chain of supermarkets in the United Kingdom with a share of the UK supermarket sector of 16.9%. Founded in 1869 by John James Sainsbury with a shop in Drury Lane, London, the company became the largest grocery retailer in 1922, was an early adopter of self-service retailing in the UK, and had its heyday during the 1980s.

The domestic cat (Felis catus or Felis silvestris catus) is a small, typically furry, domesticated, and carnivorous mammal. They are often called house cats when kept as indoor pets or simply cats when there is no need to distinguish them from other felids and felines. Cats of unrecorded, mixed ancestry are referred to as domestic short-haired or domestic long-haired cats, by coat type, or commonly as random-bred, moggies (chiefly British), or (using terms borrowed from dog breeding) mongrels or mutt-cats.

A structure fire is a fire involving the structural components of various types of residential, commercial or industrial buildings. Residential buildings range from single-family detached homes and townhouses to apartments and tower blocks, or various commercial buildings ranging from offices to shopping malls.

Round up your mates for a Guinness on St Patrick’s Day

Saint Patrick’s Day or the Feast of Saint Patrick is a cultural and religious holiday celebrated annually on 17 March, the death date of the most commonly-recognised patron saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick (c. AD 385–461).

Stout is a dark beer made using roasted malt or roasted barley, hops, water and yeast.

Since the 1930s in the face of falling sales, Guinness has had a long history of marketing campaigns, from award-winning television advertisements to beer mats and posters. Before then, Guinness had almost no advertising, instead allowing for word of mouth to sell the product.

The Border Collie is a working and herding dog breed developed in the English-Scottish border region for herding livestock, especially sheep.

McVitie’s Are English But They’re Good

A digestive biscuit (originally known as a Wheaten), sometimes referred to as a sweet-meal biscuit, is a semi-sweet biscuit originated in the United Kingdom and popular worldwide.

It rains [in England] on fewer days in every month throughout the year than the rest of the UK, and rainfall totals are less in every month, with the driest month, May.


McVitie’s
is a British snack food brand owned by United Biscuits. The name derives from the original Scottish biscuit maker, McVitie & Price, Ltd., established in 1830 on Rose Street in Edinburgh, Scotland.

The Fred & Farid Group is a French advertising agency operating in Paris and Shanghai, founded by Frédéric Raillard and Farid Mokart.

Touch The New Bodyspray from Axe

Axe (or Lynx in Ireland, the United Kingdom and Australasia) is a brand of male grooming products, owned by the British–Dutch company Unilever and marketed towards young males who want to smell nice. Adverse publicity has been generated by the product’s advertisements for encouraging sexual promiscuity and sexism.

Body spray is a perfume product, similar to aerosol deodorant, which is intended to be used elsewhere on the body besides the armpits.

Unilever owns over 400 brands, amongst the largest selling of which are Aviance, Axe/Lynx, Ben & Jerry’s, Dove, Flora/Becel, Heartbrand, Hellmann’s, Knorr, Lipton, Lux/Radox, Omo/Surf, Rexona/Sure, Sunsilk, Toni & Guy, TRESemmé, VO5 and Wish-Bone.

Doctor Who Meets His Match Thanks To Prime Computer

Prime Computer, Inc. was a Natick, Massachusetts-based producer of minicomputers from 1972 until 1992. The alternative spellings “PR1ME” and “PR1ME Computer” were used as brand names or logos by the company. A series of memorable advertisements from 1980 featured actors Tom Baker and Lalla Ward as their characters from the TV series Doctor Who.

[The Fourth Doctor] was portrayed by Tom Baker for seven consecutive seasons (from December 28, 1974 (Part One of Robot) to March 21, 1981 (Part 4 of Logopolis), and remains the longest-lived incarnation of the Doctor in the show’s on-screen history, counting both the classic and modern series.

Romana, short for Romanadvoratrelundar, is a fictional character in the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. A Time Lady from the planet Gallifrey, she is a companion to the Fourth Doctor.

Doctor Who is a British science fiction television programme produced by the BBC. The programme depicts the adventures of a Time Lord, a time-travelling, humanoid alien known as the Doctor who explores the universe in a sentient time machine called the TARDIS that flies through time and space, whose exterior appears as a blue police box from 1963 London, when the series first aired. Along with a succession of companions, he faces a variety of foes while working to save civilisations, help people, and right wrongs.

St George does the Blackcurrant Tango

Blackcurrant Tango is a carbonated soft drink launched in the UK by Britvic Soft Drinks Ltd in 1996. Blackcurrant Tango was relaunched in 2011 as an exclusive flavour to Asda in the UK.

St George is a multi award winning commercial for the British soft drink, Tango Blackcurrant. The advert only appeared on national television ten times, mostly during the show TFI Friday. It won several major advertising awards in 1998, notably a Cannes Gold Lion and a Silver Pencil from D&AD in London. It has been voted one of the 100 best commercials of all time and was popular for its latent jingoism and the fact that it appears to have been filmed in one continuous shot.

Blackcurrant is a species of Ribes berry native to central and northern Europe and northern Asia, and is a perennial. Blackcurrant berries have a distinctive sweet and sharp taste popular in jam, juice, ice cream, and liqueur.

“Don’t You Want Me” is a dance / electronic song recorded by British DJ and producer Francis Wright, known under the pseudonym of Felix. It was released as his debut single from his album #1 in late 1992. It was also famously featured in St George, a 1997 Tango Blackcurrant advertisement for television.

The Harrier, informally referred to as the Jump Jet, is a family of British-designed military jet aircraft capable of V/STOL (vertical/short takeoff and landing) via thrust vectoring.