Malibu by Miley Cyrus

Malibu by Miley Cyrus

RAP to be setting the tone in Germany to lure young people into consuming fast food

Lass Mal BK by TerryTee & Ilay

Aber bitte mit Sauce by henanX
in collaboration with Dennis Beckmann.

Roger Moore dead at 89. You may want to listen to the Persuaders theme.

The Persueders

Tony Curtis, Roger Moore, and Imogen Hassall in The Persuaders! (1971)

Tony Curtis, Roger Moore, and Imogen Hassall in The Persuaders! (1971)

Danny Wilde (Tony Curtis) is a rough diamond, educated and moulded in the slums of New York City, who escaped by enlisting in the US Navy. He later became a millionaire in the oil business. Curtis himself suffered a tough childhood in the Bronx, and served in the US Navy. He was 46 when he made The Persuaders, but he performed all his own stunts and fight sequences.

Lord (Brett) Sinclair (Roger Moore) is a polished British nobleman, educated at Harrow and Oxford, a former British Army officer and an ex-racing car driver, who addresses his colleague as “Daniel”.

As a pair of globe-trotting playboys, the men meet on holiday in the French Riviera, instantly disliking each other and destroying a hotel bar during a fist-fight.

Excerpt from Wikipedia

Col. Sanders wrote a romance novel for Mother’s Day, and it’s uncomfortably good

Wings of Desire by Col. Sanders

Wings of Desire
The Romance Novel by Col. Sanders. Only 1.09 $ for the Kindle edition

“Wieden + Kennedy continues to take the Colonel in odd directions”

KFC's Col. Sanders


Tender Wings of Desire
Kentucky Fried Chicken
Wieden + Kennedy, Portland
Catherine Kovach
Adweek/David Griner

Fun work by Wieden + Kennedy, Portland. A lovely write-up by David Griner for ad week:

“Sometimes it seemed as though the two of them had been made to love each other, and they tried to do so at every given opportunity.”

Thus begins Chapter 9 of Tender Wings of Desire, the 96-page romance novella ostensibly written by Colonel Sanders as part of a KFC stunt for Mother’s Day. While it’s doubtful that the Colonel himself wrote the tale—what with him being dead nearly 40 years now—what’s even more unlikely is that it’s actually pretty good.

Created with Wieden + Kennedy Portland, which has also been responsible for the brand’s recent litany of celebrity Colonels, the book’s writing is credited to “outsourced author” Catherine Kovach, a former feature writer who also penned a historical fantasy called Evangeline.

Read in fullby David Griner