DIARY: Faulds' creatives try to let hair down for Xmas

Euphoria can do strange things to people.

Observe, members of the jury, the crazy, transvestite gang in Faulds

Advertising's creative department, who pertained to be so pleased with

their achievements for the year that, for reasons best known to

themselves, they decided to dust down their fishnets and tiaras and don

ladies' attire for the agency's Christmas party.

"There was, sadly, some leg shaving and rumours of bikini waxing but, in

true Scottish tradition, there was nothing worn under the skirts," the

agency's executive creative director, Billy Mawhinney, said with a

twinkle in his eye.

Ye Gads, men, it was Christmas, not Halloween!

Where did you find such eyeball-searingly colourful clobber? Cover

yourselves up immediately and kindly restrict such cross-dressing

practises to your weekends off.


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