Saturday is what?

TISWAS DAY! Today’s Today’s the Day Short is, I confess, a little self-indulgent: a slice of nostalgia for those who were young and growing up in the UK in the late seventies/early eighties.

TISWAS was a children’s Saturday morning TV show that quickly developed a cult following with adults and spawned a thousand weak imitations. It was rude (often in grown up ways that would never get past the censors now!), messy, and very funny. Anyhow, here’s the Short, which you may like even if you’ve never heard of TISWAS.

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The Cat’s Whiskers…

One fascinating aspect of our (2Fs’s) new Today’s the Day shorts videos channel has been seeing just what people do choose to celebrate. I really liked the idea of yesterday’s Rubber Ducky Day – delightfully silly and bought back lots of memories of watching Sesame Street with my son – and while I feel sorry for the poor little critters I can see why ‘Dress up Your Pet Day’ would hit the spot for many… Anyhoo, here’s today’s short:

Another Day, Another Video…

I thought I might as well post this here too while we’re waiting for the world to discover our Youtube Shorts channel.

This ones for all the ginger’s, redheads, auburnisters and strawberry blondes out there on Kiss A Ginger Day, and for all you office poets…