Wednesday 30 June 2010

Subtitled Innocent Smoothies!

Tonight, I am going to a private art and photography view organised by London Aunt.

I've been going along to support her for several years now and it's usually a great night. It's a great time to catch up with her friends as well and every time I see them, they ask me about my man situation. And every year so far, I've had some great gossip or at least something for them. Except this year... unless I can get a date in the next 8 hours that is!!!!

But actually, don’t they say galleries are the best place to meet people?!

Anyway, I'm a regular visit to the Innocent drinks website, and a fan of the smoothies, too, I like the witty banter that takes place on the site, so when I went on recently and found that the AGM Q&A was all video uploads I was quite disappointed. So I wrote and asked them politely for a transcript. And yesterday, slap bang in the middle of
Deaf Awareness Week, the link to the transcript of this PLUS another interview regarding the sale of a percentage of Innocent to Coca Cola was sent to me.


And it was a great read – so a big thank you to the person who typed all that up!

I wish the same could be said for subtitled movies on iTunes though! The other day I searched specifically for these and I'm pretty certain there were just 4! One of which had a bizarre title of Angus, Thongs & Perfect Snogging... Or something along those lines!

So I'm going to write to iTunes/apple/anybody today and remind them that it is Deaf Awareness
week and ask them to fix this!

Hopefully they'll be nice, like Innocent, and do this...



Idunn said...

Haha! I LOVE the "Angus, thongs and full-frontal snogging" book! It's really funny. Haven't seen the movie tho, but as always I bet the book is better. You'll laugh your knickers off! :P

Me said...

oooh maybe I'll buy the movie after all then!!!! Very exciting about your trip to London in October! :-))))))

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