2-G or not 2-G, that is the question…
Hi, it’s Max Cliffwolf, PR-guru@greenygrey. After the foxy PR stunt that snared us a Felix Baumgartner greenygrey photo last month, I’m over the full moon to say that Premier League greenygreying is all the rage this winter season.
As Shakespeare would no doubt be tweeting through Hamlet now if he was of this age, ‘2-G or not 2-G, that is the question…’
For while individual greenygreying can show an independent finger on the colour-combination fashion pulse, synchronised greenygreying is twice the fun, and the Greenygrey is of course by name a 2-Gist.
Synchronised Sporting Example
After the Greenygrey has individually been playing in the Premier League this season, and made some great saves, Krul and Jaaskelainen put on a fantastic men’s-doubles synchronised greenygreying display last weekend.
Good British-American Culture in Brazilian Amazon
‘Welcome to the Jungle, we’ve got greenygrey…’
Sorry about the Greenygrey version of Guns N’ Roses‘s Welcome to the Jungle, but international goalkeepers are not the only world citizens getting a taste for synchronised greenygreying. Oh no, not on your Nelly, because Michael Palin has only gone and exported it to the Brazilian jungle.
In the second episode of his Brazil series on the BBC, Palin teamed up for a spot of mixed-doubles synchronised greenygreying with American anthropologist Emi Ireland to mirror the colourful culture of the Wauja tribe.
We hope the Native Brazilians can survive the deforestation and mining in their land, save the rainforest and keep their colourful peaceful traditions intact.
And as they’ve already imported a great British tradition called football into their lives, if they want to introduce synchronised greenygreying into their culture we’d be very proud.