Best of Brit…ish.
Capturing the essence of what it means to be British is no easy task – although according to American cartoons it just involves tea, crumpets and medieval standards of oral hygiene. But it might not even truly mean anything. You might consider the state to be a criminal enterprise propped up by a fallacious social contract that you’ve never had the chance to see nor sign. Sorry, I’ve just been to Tesco and the rising price of eggs tends to make me a little anarchisty. Fortunately Skyr was down to £1.50 with a Clubcard so I only mean anarchisty in the milder Proudhonian sense rather than the more violent Bakuninian one. However, Channel 4’s new idents have taken a respectable stab at depicting scenes of modern British society, brought to life by the words of ‘LAW’ magazine founder John Joseph Holt. And you might think that this looks like a lot of work just for some idents – but remember that 4oD’s ads are unskippable, so you best get used to seeing an awful lot of these suckers if you have any ambition of ever catching up on Hollyoaks.Read Original Story