Ted ‘Mad Dog’ McTeddy

Copywriter | Website Counsellor | Pipe Smoker

Ted ‘Mad Dog’ McTeddy knew he wanted to be a marketing copywriter when at the age of six he watched his Uncle Jack sell a crate of milk to a passing herd of cows. Admittedly he didn’t see any money passing from hoof to hand, but the strength of his uncle’s oratory was inspiring to his young and impressionable mind.

Today, Ted loves writing copy and has a keen fascination with marketing. He also knows inanimate objects, animals, and even walking-talking websites have a curious fascination with him. Ted has grown accustomed to the often weird and wonderful conversations he finds himself in with things no one else can see or hear.

Copywriter Ted lives at No.1 Content Crescent in central London. His Georgian home overlooks a little oval park where he walks early each morning before starting work in his home office. From this pleasant 3rd floor room, he interacts and works with business owners all over the world.

At weekends he likes to visit the local museums, galleries and concert halls, or take off for a few days in his silver 1958 Porsche 356 A Coupe.

The Latest Adventures of Copywriter Ted ‘Mad Dog’ McTeddy

The Copywriter’s Cat and the Stolen Peaches

Tiddles the cat: “Over at house #10, Douglas was standing with his wife Cynthia staring up at their peach tree. He was adamant there had been more ripe peaches on the south facing branches yesterday than there were today. Someone had been busy plucking, and he was...

The Copywriter’s Cat and 12 Bottles of Pee

Tiddles the cat: “Over at house #11, Theresa was getting her lodger to pee in twenty-four glass milk bottles. Monty had been drinking copious amounts of cider all morning, and was looking the worse for wear by the time he’d filled his twelfth bottle of the day. As she...

The Copywriter’s Cat and the Picnic Speech

Tiddles the cat: “Over at house #9, Roy was practicing a speech in front of a mirror. Tomorrow he’s attending the annual Marxism Picnic Rally and is going to attack the government on austerity and the public-sector pay cap. Roy had told his wife Valerie how he hopes...

The Copywriter’s Cat, Sexism, and Fake Boobs

Tiddles the cat: “Over at house #8, Curtis is going to wear fake boobs for a week – big ones. He decided on the measure after reading an article in the newspaper about the difficulties of big boobs in the workplace. His wife Heidi loves the idea and agreed with the...