WATCH: Australian Federal Police parody ‘Love Actually’ in clever Christmas video

“We feel it in our fingers, We feel it in our toes, Christmas is all around us, Here’s some love from the Po-Po”

Admit it, we all have Love Actually on repeat at this time of year. It’s one of those holiday classics we just can’t get enough of…

It seems Australian Federal Police are also fans of the festive flick, with the AFP releasing a hilarious ‘Love Actually’ themed Christmas video mimicking one of the most iconic moments from the 2003 film.

In the video, which has been viewed almost half a million times since being shared on Wednesday, an AFP officer can be seen holding up the iconic quote cards, parodying the actions of Andrew Lincoln’s character in the famous rom-com.

Not surprisingly, Aussies are loving it.

“Bloody good ad! Extra pat on the head for whoever thought that one up,” one person commented.

“This was actually really sweet. Merry Christmas AFP from our family to yours. Thank you for all that you do to keep us safe,” wrote another.

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Australia we love you…actually!

We feel it in our fingersWe feel it in our toesChristmas is all around us Here's some love from the Po-Po

Posted by Australian Federal Police on Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Home Alone Google Ad

Kevin McCallister is “Home Alone Again” in Google’s hilarious new Christmas ad

Can you believe its been 28 years since we were blessed with the iconic Christmas flick Home Alone?!

Have you ever wondered what the movie would look like if it were filmed today, with all our snazzy new gadgets and stuff?

Well… wonder no more because child star Macaulay Culkin has reprised his role in the much-loved holiday film for Google’s hilarious new Christmas ad.

“Twenty-eight years ago, we met the precocious Kevin McCallister in “Home Alone,” the highest-grossing Christmas movie of all time,” Google said.

“Now, Macaulay Culkin has reprised his role as the ever-resourceful Kevin in our new holiday film.”

In the ad, which has already gone viral since being shared on December 19, McCallister gives us an insight into how he would have survived being home alone back in the 90s if he had the help of Google Assistant.

“Turns out it’s a lot easier to defend your house from bandits when you have the Google Assistant,” Google cheekily tweeted.

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OMG! Coles Little Shop Collectables are back for Christmas

It’s going to be a very Merry Christmas for fans of Coles Little Shop Collectables…

The supermarket giant has revealed that they’re releasing five limited edition Christmas collectables just in time for the festive season!

“Santa’s little secret is out of the stocking and the Little Shop supermarket surprises that took Australia by storm are making a mini-comeback for Christmas,” a Coles spokesperson confirmed to Yahoo News.

The five mini collectables include a gingerbread man, pavlova, mince pies, box of Christmas crackers and gingerbread ice-cream.

Just like the supermarket’s previous Little Shop campaign, shoppers will be gifted one tiny collectable for every $30 they spend.

A special edition Christmas stocking collectors case will also be available to purchase for $4.

The much-anticipated Christmas campaign kicks off next week, December 7.

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Facebook Messenger

Hallelujah! We will soon be able to ‘unsend’ messages on Facebook chat

If you’ve ever sent a message to the wrong person or an inappropriate chat to an ex, you will no longer have to worry!

Facebook has announced that they’re introducing an ‘unsend’ feature, which will allow users to quickly delete a message they regret.

The new feature was revealed in update 192.0 for iOS on Wednesday.

“Coming soon: Remove a message from a chat thread after it’s been sent,” the update reads.

“If you accidentally send the wrong photo, incorrect information, or message the wrong thread, you can easily correct it by removing the message within 10 minutes of sending it.”

The feature is believed to be similar to that of Instagram direct message, which lets people tap and hold on the message they wish to remove, and then select Unsend.

 

WOAH! Samsung has unveiled its first ‘foldable phone’

Ladies and gents, the future is officially here.

Samsung has confirmed that it will launch its first foldable smartphone sometime next year.

The company gave a sneak peek of the savvy new device at the Samsung Developer Conference in San Francisco this week.

During the presentation, Samsung vice president of mobile marketing Justin Denison revealed that the smartphone will operate as both a tablet and mobile by using a new technology called Infinity Flex Display.

“The Infinity Flex Display represents an entirely new mobile platform,” Denison said.

“We’ve been living in a world where the size of your screen can only be as large as the device itself. We’ve added a new dimension to help you browse, watch and multitask like never before.”

The Infinity Flex Display will allow the user to fold and unfold the device without any damage occurring to the screen.

“When it’s open, it’s a tablet, offering a big-screen experience,” Denison said.

“When it’s closed, it’s a phone that fits neatly inside your pocket.”

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