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 Frank Lampard interview for Barclays

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Monday Funday: laughing till the cows come home

 

Enough chocolate to deal with anything

There are certain times you simply wouldn’t want to bump into your mother. A busy bar when on a date, perhaps, or the Magaluf Strip on your first lads’ holiday. Lunchbox legend Mars has gone one step further in its latest spot – showing one poor fella bumping into the woman who gave him life at a life drawing class. Oh, and she’s the model.

It’s short and sweet – not dissimilar to the brand’s tasty products – but 15 seconds and five words were enough to have Monday Funday howling with laughter.

“Can he make it in his big debut call-up?”

We’ve all had THAT football dream. It’s 0-0 in the dying moments of a World Cup Final, the ball falls to Monday Funday at the edge of the box and he powers it into the top corner. 1-0, it’s coming home…

It turns out that Monday Funday isn’t the only one. In this short clip – from pizza-favourite Dominoes – average footballer and legendary prankster Jimmy Bullard fantasises about his own World Cup dream. Unfortunately it doesn’t quite go to plan for Jimmy.

From the ha-ha-harchives

Now Monday Funday comes to think of it he has never seen a cow laugh. Not even once, such a moody bunch. To promote their products in America last year, New Zealand Jerky sent stand-up comic Tim Batt to a field in New Zealand to shower the cows with awful jokes, to prove just how serious their beef is.

Batt’s deadpan delivery, coupled with a cow with a face so stern he could flip the script and become a Beefeater at The Tower of London, makes for a very amusing spot.

 
Joe McAweaney