Munch PR celebrates first year with t-shirt collection paying homage to "agencyisms"

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The charity tees are available to buy at with all proceeds donated to the agency’s local charities.

LONDON, 25 OCTOBER 17: HAPPY Friday. Please see below. As previously mentioned, let’s touch base to flesh out the minor tweaks of this low hanging fruit – it’s got legs! Sound familiar?

Today creative boutique PR firm Munch is celebrating its first year of agency life by launching a range of tongue-in-cheek t-shirts emblazoned with some of the UK’s most used agency jargon.

The PR company ‘reached out’ to agency friends across digital, social, marketing, research and design to develop a list of the most common ‘agencyisms’ – the phrases that many try not to use in meetings and on email, but somehow manage to sneak in all the same.

Of the many put forward, the 10 most frequently suggested phrases have been boldly printed across crisp white cotton t-shirts. The final cut will be familiar to anyone who’s spent time in an agency before – REACH OUT, TAKE THIS OFFLINE, TOUCH BASE, LOW HANGING FRUIT, GOT LEGS, HAPPY FRIDAY, FLESH OUT, PLEASE SEE BELOW, MINOR TWEAKS and the classic passive-aggressive, AS PREVIOUSLY MENTIONED.


The unisex tees are a perfect purchase for agency workers who want to prove they’ve been there, done that and got the t-shirt, or as a gift for jargon-loving colleagues. The range is available to purchase at Each shirt is £15.50 including UK delivery, and proceeds from the collection of ten tees will be donated to Hackney Giving, a project hosted by Hackney CVS that allows local businesses, corporate companies and residents to donate money to local community projects.

Lizzie Earl, founder of Munch, said: “Across the Munch team we’ve worked at many different agencies, big and small, and over the past year have blended our experience to make Munch what it is today - a creative boutique that thinks big. We’ve each brought different things to the table - including new turns of phrase. So, as an imaginative team, we thought what better way to celebrate our agency’s first year than in a creative way that both pays homage to the funny language of our industry and gives back to the area we work in at the same time.”


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