Europe actually banned one of the company’s earlier commercials for being too violent.Apparently jocks wreaking havoc on unsuspecting bar patrons with stray darts is a sight unfit for the masses, but emergency allergies, broken glass and bonked heads are totally fine. It has a monthly farmers' market held on the second Saturday of every month which is the oldest event of its kind in the South West.It is home to two grade I listed buildings: the fifteenth-century St Andrew's parish church and the seventeenth-century house known as The Walronds.In the past the town's economy had a large component of wool and cloth manufacture, then later leather working and paper manufacture.A large proportion of town's inhabitants are commuters but there is some local manufacturing, including flour and paper mills.A new commercial for Zoosk is getting some buzz, according to Ad Age, thanks to a sassy puppet on a mission to hook his single lady up with some eligible bachelors.Online dating would probably be a lot easier if everyone had a cardiac companion to screen potential suitors and help them steer clear of perilous creeps.
On St Andrew's Hill, to the north-west of Cullompton town centre, two Roman forts were discovered in 1984 by aerial photography carried out for Devon County Council.
It was subsequently held by the Earl of Devon for many years until in 1278 Amicia Countess of Devon willed it to the Abbot and Convent of Buckland Monachorum.
With the Dissolution of the Monasteries it was sold to Sir John St Ledger.
(MORE: From ‘Baby Got Back’ To ‘Santa Baby’ In Under A Minute) The dating service, founded in 2007 by Shayan Zadeh and Alex Mehr, is no stranger to off-beat video advertising: Rapper Flo Rida and master of Auto-Tune T-Pain actually filmed a music video about the site in 2010.
“Zoosk Girl,” which borrows part of its melody from Soft Cell’s “Tainted Love,” finds T-Pain extolling the virtues of the super-freaky Zoosk Girl, “the girl that do everything.” Zoosk’s envelope-pushing sometimes gets them into trouble, though.