If you ever you thought you would never be able to watch a Webuyanycar.com ad without suffering from Tinnitus or believed GoCompare's Gio Campario would never shut up, this could be music to your ears.
Sneezing so hard your ponytail falls out is never a good look, especially when you're pitching in front of Richard Branson for Virgin Media.
When Waitrose revealed it had a big opening for a new advertising idea, we're pretty sure this wasn't the message the middle class supermarket had in mind.
There's nothing like a recession biting at your heels to get the creative juices following and since auctioning your life on eBay is so 2008, one creative pair have decided to go one step further.
Teenage perma-tans, check; pineapple dress, check; meringue wedding dress complete with Christmas lights, check; the 'gypsier' ad to promote Channel 4's second series of 'My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding'; er.
Getting ready for a pitch can be nerve racking for even the most experienced of people, as demonstrated by MPG's head of insight, Bill Dorris.
It takes a brave man to compete in a rowing contest with gold and silver medal Olympic rower, Mark Hunter MBE.
How does trekking 23 miles in 24-hours across three snowy peaked mountains shrouded in fog, in the dark and the cold, with no sleep, sound?
He might have been fined in the past for using his mobile too often, but there's one call Real Madrid football star Cristiano Ronaldo will be glad he made, when it comes to renewing his multi-million pound sponsorship deal with games publisher Konami.
Most agencies have been celebrating London 2012 and Wunderman is no exception, although its 60 employees competing in the company's sports day were more accustomed to a University field than an Olympic one.
No one can miss the Olympic fever hitting the Capital this summer, perhaps with the exception of 23red, who seem to have got a little confused and packed its "Olympic team" off to Greece.
He has carried the Olympic torch and has had a long association with the Olympic movement, so it came as no surprise to see Sir Martin Sorrell watching the Olympic Games at the aquatic centre.
As Cannes Lions 59th advertising festival gets underway in France, alternative advertising festival CANNT in London is also kicking off this week for the majority of pining adland unable to party in their Choos along the Cote d'Azur.
We have heard of cats riding bicycles and dogs doing the hula, but never come across an elephant using a smartphone. Until now.
On the surface, it seems Virgin Media's fickle connection has got to one angry customer who rather neatly defaced a poor, unsuspecting billboard ad.
Social media agencies may be used to a quick pace but it's a shame the same can't be said for their staff.
Some agencies like to bring out fine wine and food for the launch of a new big ad campaign. The Red Brick Road, however, has taken a more unconventional approach for the launch of its new Magners ad, opting instead to serve baby food.
When we heard AKQA was taking part in agency/university football tournament we couldn't help but picture the cast of 'The Big Bang Theory' trying to kick a ball around while simultaneously trying to build a computer programme using their iPad 3s.
Who didn't love watching Super Gran as a child, the grandmother with super powers was an immediate hit in the 80s. However, it seems two Albion creatives took the programme a little more seriously than the rest of us.
Last year we bought you news of Cambridge University students Ross Harper and Ed Moyse selling advertising space on their faces.
Staff at Iris have been shamelessly spending their working days boozing during the day, smoking, watching Jeremy Kyle and racing each other on mobility scooters, in a way only Frank Gallagher would be proud of.
The Premier League has launched a more colourful brand identity built around its lion icon as it plots a future without a corporate sponsor for the first time in 23 years.
Junior Graphic Designer £17000 - £23000 per annum ADLIB, Totnes
Studio Manager with packaging experience - Soho, £35k £30000 - £35000 per annum Gabriele Skelton, London
Freelance Digital Designer £0.000 per hour Major Players, City of London