Hi again and welcome to Econsultancy's anti-format; a collection of funnies, curios, the banal and the sublime.
This week features Lego, death metal, Kanye West and Hitler. Just your average Econsultancy interweb round-up.
When you're done here, please do return to our more serious best practice research and blog posts.
Who said it? Kanye or your Creative Director?
My favourite quote: "I'll say things that are serious and put them in a joke form so people can enjoy them."
'Dads raving in the Tate' of the week
Follow the link and enjoy. The glowsticks come out about three minutes in.
Black Friday wake-up call of the week
Lego recreation of the week
The Blues Brothers mall chase scene.
Controversial interactive banner ad of the week
If you missed this from 2010, Ariel decided the best way to sell detergent was to depict Hitler and George Bush as stains that could be transformed into Chaplin and Gandhi.
Click to play.
Burning question of the week
Most evocative tweet of the week
You can picture the scene, can't you?
#Crime: 27/11 9:15pm - 2 men leave Frankie & Bennys Pilsworth, making no attempt to pay for £84 bill— GMP Whitefield (@GMPWhitefield) November 28, 2013
Ill-advised Twitter Q&A of the week
Ronnie Rocket helpfully brings us the best questions from the JP Morgan Q&A.
Tomorrow's Q&A is cancelled. Bad Idea. Back to the drawing board.— J.P. Morgan (@jpmorgan) November 14, 2013
Immortal gifs of the week
Econsultancy blog spam comment of the week
This gem was taken from Five Google Analytics dashboards and custom reports for small businesses.
The resort, which is located in Lance aux Epines is beautiful and luxurious and set within the privacy of Prickly Bay at the southwest tip of the island. The guy moved closer.The next step up the hierarchy saw me take control of the kitchen for the few days a week that the head chef was away.
Andrew Warren-Payne quote of the week
The best from Econsultancy's most English of analysts.
I have brought my sabre to the workplace.
Sabrage to celebrate https://t.co/zxXDzmdwkD— Ben Davis (@herrhuld) December 5, 2013
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