It’s the moment film fans have been waiting for – the announcement of this year’s nominations for the Academy Awards. But the reveal has once again caused controversy.
The razor firm’s short film, called Believe, replaces its famous slogan “The best a man can get”, with “The best men can be”. It’s prompted predictable fury among knuckle-dragging neanderthals who don’t consider it a good night out unless they’ve punched something or someone. “I hate how this advert was saying we should think about women’s feelings instead of just shouting ‘nice tits’ at them,” said Gary Swinfield, a 27-year-old car salesman from Wolverhampton.
“This is a massive sum of money and we want it to have a huge impact on the lives of other people we know and love as well as on our future too,” said Mrs Conroy, 52. “But that cow Emily Ferguson next door, who refused to chip in for five new fence panels after Storm Doris blew them down a couple of years ago will be getting precisely fuck all.”
It’s understood organisers lost patience with the rapper’s insane demands for his rider, and opted for British soul legend and star of Auf Wiedersehen Pet Jimmy Nail instead. Twitter user FestivalGyal500 tweeted: “OMG dint think anything could top Beyonce in 2018 but JIMMY NAIL!!! STRUGGLING TO BREATH RN” RachelLambowski95 said on Instagram: “Jimmy Nail is LIFE. If he plays ‘Love Don’t Live Here Any More’ I may actually drop dead on the spot.”