If you thought that bottomless brunches couldn’t get much better (because really, how can you top endless avocado and prosecco on a Saturday?), then we have some pretty exciting news for you. A pop-up brunch featuring all your favourite breakfast and bubbly is coming… but this time, it includes pugs. That’s right, you can bring your furry friend along yourself, or make some new pals with ‘Puggerflies’ - pugs that are dressed up in butterfly wings.
The pop-up is taking place in both London and Liverpool, and your £5 ticket includes a breakfast dish as well as bottomless pastries, prosecco, tea, and coffee, for a 75-minute slot. For your pooch, they can enjoy unlimited dog treats, and you can also pose together against Puggerfly’s giant rainbow poo statue, although maybe that’s not the best choice for your next LinkedIn profile picture. Just make sure that your guests are well-behaved, healthy, and not in season. And the same for your dog.
Just make sure your guests are well behaved. And the same for your dog.
The brunch is in aid of Three’s ‘Go Binge’ offer, where customers can uses as much Snapchat as they please without eating into their monthly data allowance. The mobile network has revealed the ‘Puggerfly’, which is an AR pet, that users can feed, play with, watch dance, and even enjoy a few sloppy kisses with (although we don’t recommend showing that one to your followers). Snapchat users have been able to have fun with the virtual pet all week, but it will be removed from the app on 3 May.
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So prosecco AND pugs - can you really have too much of a good thing? Unfortunately, if you think this all sounds too perfect to be true, then it may sadly be the case, as currently all the tickets have sold out for both events. So why not keep your fingers (and paws) crossed that they release more dates - and in the meantime, who says you can’t crack open some bubbly with Fido anyway?
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