The Compendium: 12 December

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  • December 12, 2014
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The Compendium: 12 December

The best Christmas song ever created. 

Beer makes the tough talks easier, according to Andes. 

Marsala was named by the Pantone Colour Institute as 2015 colour of the year. And here are 20 other ways to describe it.  

Life lessons are always learned best when they come from purveyors of greasy chicken.

The ravages of time. 

Not content with mere ads, Skittles creates a mockumentary about a man made of candy. 

And a much more serious documentary about the science of speech recognition.

Apple shows a few more creative ways for people to use their iPad. 

Budweiser says: concussion is for wusses. 

Kathryn Bigelow's harrowing, animated PSA about the evils of the ivory trade. 

Ikea comes up with a surefire way of making cinema-goers fall asleep in the movies. 

Samsung's jingle beards (and Grey London's beard baubles Christmas card idea following suit). 

More hilarious Bad Lip Reading. 

More hilarious musicless music video, this time with a festive theme. 

And Sexual Healing like you've never wanted to hear it.

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