Proof it were needed that faking it really is the future

foxy 414“I am a passenger, And I ride and I ride, I ride through the city’s backside, I see the stars come out of the sky, Yeah, they’re bright in a hollow sky, You know it looks so good tonight.” Yep, you got it, Iggy’s blaring out and the Decision Marketing Holiday Bus is still ploughing through mainland Europe, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake.
Last week, we smashed through Rectum, and gave our all to Horní Police. This week, things have evened up a bit for the sisterhood, with a whistle-stop tour of La Virgina, in Toskana, Italy.
As you might have guessed by now, McKelvey is forcing us to check out the Pornhub Premium Places – remember them? – but I must admit that our travels have certainly topped anything you could get in Cockermouth and Brown Willy back in Blighty.
Anyway, we were just pulling into Pussy in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France, when we spotted The Man with the Golden Tongue with his lips round a green fairy – absinthe of course.
It transpires that he has recently bought a place down here and he invited us back to his for a night of fun. Oh how we laughed and laughed, and laughed some more. As McCawley and McKelvey donned their Speedos (not a pretty sight) and headed for the pool Sexy Beast-stylee, Roxy and I enjoyed the Golden one’s proboscis…
Afterwards, he seemed very keen to know what the marketing news was from back home as his Internet connection had been playing up. Of course, being an avid fan, he recognises that Decision Marketing is all you really need to keep in the loop and was quickly up to speed.
Yet for those who prefer fantasy over fiction there’s always Campaign and this week they have pulled out all the stops with the rather bizarre article entitled “WPP’s new CEO? It’s got to be Boris”.
And I quote: “Boris Johnson becoming chief executive of the world’s biggest advertising group was the greatest shock in media and political circles since his fellow Conservative, George Osborne, was named editor of the London Evening Standard and yet there was a beguiling logic to the appointment.”
Mind you, Gideon Spanier’s musings have ended up being the most read article on Campaign this week. Not quite sure why it took them so long to realise, readers love nothing more than a bit of fake news – why do you think you are reading this nonsense?
Back to Iggy: “La-la-la-la-la-la-la-la, La-la-la-la-la-la-la-la, La-la-la-la-la-la-la-la, la-la.”

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