Marks & Spencer matchmaking
Colin the Caterpillar is a much-loved classic cake so updating the brand was always going to be tricky. M&S flawlessly pulled it off with the announcement that the love of Colin’s life is his new girlfriend Connie and this fantastic post on its PR Instagram page.
NEW CELEB COUPLE ALERT: Sources have confirmed that Colin the Caterpillar is officially dating Connie the Caterpillar. The pair have been spotted side by side on the shelves at M&S. A source close to the couple said “Colin has been looking for love for a long time and she’s definitely the one – he’s smitten!”???????????????? #conniethecaterpillar #colinthecaterpillar #love #celebrate #cake
I Should Be So Lucky
A lady called Lucy was riding the Victoria line with her cat, Lucky this week when disaster struck. Lucky escaped her cat carrier and fled down a tube tunnel. (I’m not making this up, I swear).
After a lot of tweets, the TFL and the RSPCA joining forces, plus the power of social media, Lucky was found. Yay!
Claw-some news! Lucky the cat has been found safe and well in a Tube tunnel at Green Park 3 days after escaping pic.twitter.com/gcSg0hkMjv
— Transport for London (@TfL) June 9, 2016
Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, had his Twitter and Pinterest accounts hacked this Monday. A hacker going by the name OurMine claims they found his details in a database of 117 million passwords hacked from LinkedIn in 2012. It’s astonishing to think that the founder of Facebook did something that even your dad knows NOT to do: use the same password across different accounts.
Eeek. As much as we love finding inventive ways to get involved with trending days, this just doesn’t quite sit right. The women in the portrait definitely don’t look like they’re perfect pals.
#WIN BUT ALSO #FAIL
The internet went mad on Tuesday when a story emerged online that three Brits on their way back from a night out in Ayia Napa took a wrong boat and ended up in Syria. They documented the trip on Snapchat, which was then picked up by some pretty huge publications, like The Metro and the Telegraph.
A few days later it emerged the story was just one huge prank. Hmm. Win on the guys' part - they fooled the entire world. Fail on the publication's part - bit embarrassing to have printed without fact checking. Awks.
#syria #lovelife #prank #ayianapa A photo posted by Lewis Ellis (@lostboylewis) on