WTF of the Day: Why is This Woman Walking This Man Like a Dog Around London?

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Meanwhile in London of the Day: Bluth's Banana Stand is Going On Tour

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Meanwhile in London of the Day: Bluth's Banana Stand is Going On Tour
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To promote the upcoming season premiere of Arrested Development on May 26th, Netflix has launched a pop-up shop tour of Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand, which will serve up real frozen bananas and photo ops with cast members in various locations across Great Britain and the United States, starting with London (as seen in the picture) this week and a few more pit stops in New York and Los Angeles in the following week. Is there any money in it? Perhaps you should find out!

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Drunken Duet of the Day

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The YouTube description is all you need to know:

I don't usually post covers of other people on here, but this needs to be seen! My best friend, Logan, the one that many of you know, lives in London now. Last night he had a show and after it he was headed home and got stopped by a drunk man who insisted that Logan teach him a song. This is honestly the most beautiful thing I've ever heard.

Mr. Bean At The Olympics of the Day

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Rowan Atkinson helps London open the Olympic Games with the theme from Chariots of Fire.

Definitely one of the highlights of the ceremony.

[bleedingcool]

Olympic Welcome of the Day

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In this carefully crafted "Olympic welcome" from London Mayor Boris Johnson, he reminds us that "the Games was the whore of Babylon."

Brilliant.

[timesopinion]

This Is Informative, You Should Watch It of the Day

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In honor of the upcoming Olympics, YouTube nerd CGPGrey breaks down (for ignorant Americans) the difference between the City of London and the city called London.

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Controversial Marketing Campaign of the Day

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A new Olympic Games ad by Argentina stars Fernando Zylberberg, a star field-hockey player, training for London on the Falkland Islands. "To compete on English soil, we train on Argentine soil," the spot says. Problem is, the Falklands are a self-governing British territory over which the two countries have fought forever.

"The Olympics is about sport and not politics," said a spokeswoman for Britain's Foreign Office. "We are also dismayed at the insensitivity and disrespect demonstrated by the filmmakers in their use of a war memorial in the Falklands as a prop."

[adweek]