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Barney: a man who periodically turns into a red Incredible Hulk-like monster at the mention of Alan Titchmarsh and during everyday minor frustrations, and causes destruction in a mad rage, followed by embarrassment at what he has done The first two issues of the comic were compiled into a book, Modern Toss, published by Macmillan in 2004 (now out of print) and Simon & Schuster in the US (2006). Modern Toss: Another Book was compiled from comic issues three and four and was also published by Macmillan in 2007. Macmillan went on to publish three further books: The Modern Toss Guide to Work (2007), Modern Toss Christmas Special (2008) which is now out of print and Home-Clubber – 'All You Can Eat' (2009) drawn from the long running strip in the Guardian Guide; Home-Clubber is also out of print.

In Autumn 2012 Modern Toss collaborated with Sensei Games [15] in the design of IOS game "Sneezeman:Escape From Planet Sneeze" [16] which has 84 levels and 7 game zones. Peace & quiet: a man who seeks peace and quiet in his garden, but is plagued by noise from neighbours and others nearby The live-action sketches ("I live 'ere", "Alan", "Drive by abuser", "Customer services", "Accident and emergency", "Citizens advice", "Illegal alphabet") were directed by Ben Wheatley. The animation was designed and directed by Bunnage and Link. Series one animation was produced by 12Foot6 and series two by Spy Pictures and Le Singe Media of Brighton, UK.In June 2018, Modern Toss launched two beers ("Horse Piss" and "Ditch Scooper"), brewed by Goldmark Craft Beers of Arundel. [3] Tag lines [ edit ] Citizens' Advice: irate and often illogical complaints from members of the public about goods, services and employers, usually concluding with the question "where do I stand legally?"

This article relies excessively on references to primary sources. Please improve this article by adding secondary or tertiary sources. Mr Tourette: a French sign-writer who produces offensive signs bearing no relation to his customers' instructions. This usually culminates in his customer being totally unhappy with the work and Mr Tourette calling them "some kind of cunt" Standard: This service is sent via Royal Mail 48 and aims to deliver between 2-3 working days, although RM advise it can take up to 5 working days. Underground wolf gobbler: a giant semi-human monster that pops up out of the ground and eats things, bears a passing resemblance to Rupert Murdoch (Actually editor Rob Hill's father Bob)Premium: This service is sent via Royal Mail 24 and aims to deliver betwe en 1-2 working days, although RM advise it can take up to 3 working days. Seawalker: this has only appeared once so far in the television series— a man with very long legs walks out of the sea onto the beach, whereupon his legs are severed by people playing frisbee Following the TV series Modern Toss produced an animated sitcom Work Experience [2] which was broadcast on E4 in 2008. In 2009 BBC commissioned Chaos Laboratories, a live action, sci-fi themed animation series (with Paul Kaye and Simon Day). [3] The Periodic Table of Swearing android App was released in 2011 [13]. In 2013 The Periodic Table of Swearing became available online in HTML 5 [14] Prince Edward, Royal Entrepreneur: the prince tries to make money out of anything associated with the royal family, no matter how tasteless

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