I’m even prepared to be the travel retail face of the campaign. Then again, I suppose they’re far more likely to cast Benedict Cucumberpatch.
Smart man. Or should that be smart cookie?
‘Customers refund restaurant’ deserves to be right up there with journalism’s most famous aphorism, ‘man bites dog’, for sheer unlikeliness.
One gets the impression that if he’d brought some cheese, crackers, ham and olives in his hand luggage, he may have taken time to set out a table cloth and dine in style on the security counter.
Could this GWP unleash a whole new shopper dynamic? And should the Year of the Dog Tito’s Handmade Vodka be sold in PET?
The vodka with nothing to hide? In fact, there are a lot of hides in the ‘employee induction’ video, naked ones.
“It’s bog standard wine, Dara,” came the inevitable response from one Twitter wag.
The term ‘operators’ should be banned from our industry anyway; it sounds like someone using a forklift machine.
“The Whinging Pome Random Rules, Rule 22: Always engage with those sitting next to you on a flight, but very quickly make an assessment whether such an engagement is going to be worthwhile. If not, apply The Whinging Pome Random Rules, Rule 52: Cease all contact and employ diversionary tactics. If Rule No 52 fails,
The golf pro asks the hacker where his feet are. “They’re at the end of my legs,” replies the hacker, surprised at such a naive question. “Where they always are.”
“There seems to be a problem. I’m sorry, you can’t get on this flight. And you’re very late.”
I was tempted to go up to the information counter and ask politely, “Where can I find an apostrophe?”
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