Today is the day our Facebook page returns from an extended stay at a luxury spa. Pop on over and have a look around, it took us ages to do the drawings, and remember click that 'Like' button if you like what you see.
This is Super Sarah. She came to visit us for the day (her Dad's quite an important chap in Fruit Towers*). When she's not tapping away on her computer or barking orders down the phone at suppliers, she's telling us what she thinks of our office.
"It's not an office," she said, "it's an amusement park." And what Super Sarah says goes. So we're off to throw balls at coconuts - how else are we going to get the milk out?
* He's allowed to ride his scooter around the office
We were having a debate in the kitchen the other day. If all the fruit in the world got a bit lairy and had a scrap, who would win? And who'd be knocked out first round? Unable to agree which fruit was the 'ardest, and which fruit was the weakest, we thought we'd ask the nice folk that follow us on Twitter & Facebook for their opinion.
Here's a selection of some of the things people said.
Warning: these pictures contain a blend of bad jokes and utter nonsense, and don't contribute in any way to your five a day.
We're looking for a new Digital Manager. It's pretty much the most exciting job at Fruit Towers - being in charge of how innocent does digital. Building websites, tending to the social media garden, creating campaigns and generally showing us how the future looks.
If it's a job that you like the sound of, have a look at the full description here. And feel free to tell your friends, family and that man who lives next door with the big computer.
old computers like this are unable to cope with the power of facebook
Facebook is one of those smart social networking sites that people seem to enjoy using. I don't know any facts about it, but it's probably got about 7 billion users and was no doubt invented in a bedroom in Chingford. That's the way these things usually happen.
Anyway, we were chuffed to find that there are a couple of groups dedicated to singing our praises, with a total number of 1500 members.