“Peng” isn’t a word everyone knows. I didn’t know the definition until about three minutes ago when I visited truth-sayers Urban Dictionary where they informed me it means “Sexy Girl. Adjective. ’There’s some proper PENG over there!’” Interesting. I don’t know what it’s like to leer after a sexy girl, but I do know what it’s like to stand in a kebab shop, dribbling, praying for them to call out my order so I can bury my face into its greasy, greasy loins.
With this in mind, I’ve been waiting a long, long time for someone to champion the unadulterated, no-frills beauty of a kebab and the moment, my friends, has come. Thanks to London based agency U-Dox Creative, the musical talent of Itoa has been immortalised through this drool-inducing video. And that’s not all U-Dox do either, check out their site which is chock full of some very, very well-made films.
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