That’s blatant baa-baa-blackmail

The Diary likes to get down and dirty with agencies when opportunity allows, so Farm’s invitation to sample its hospitality at its recent settling-in party in Camden was gratefully received.

The free jukebox was a great attraction – especially as it was stacked with songs by bands close to the heart of the ageing indie kids of the marketing world (Diary included) such as The Smiths, New Order and Echo and the Bunnymen.

But, the diary was distressed to learn after the event that overly lubricated livestock rustlers had stolen Farm’s trademark model sheep, which were dotted around the office. As yet there have been no polaroids from exotic locations and ransom notes, but we are sure the long arm of the law is even now reaching out ready to shout: “Ewe’ve been nicked!” (ouch!)

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