Bad Ads, cont.

An ad for Always

I guess this is a Twilight tie-in or something?

(Hat tip: Scissorhead Skinny-D)

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  1. Reamus says:

    It just Depends….

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  2. Thanks for the link at “Crooks and Liars”. I clicked on my “stats” counter and had an “OMG! OMG! OMG!” moment. Holy catfish, you did me a kindness!

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  3. GRS says:

    I never knew the folder for my high school English class could be used for advertising. In all fairness, I would have drawn more arm hair…. and arrows….and swords. Then my buddy Joel would have stolen the folder at some point and put crudely pencil-drawn penises on everything in my ink drawing. Maybe I wasn’t cut out for advertising.

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  4. Another Kiwi says:

    It would be hard to find something more irritating than a pack of wolfmen turning up. Aisde form that this ad defines WTF?, for me

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  5. Dimitrios says:

    I’d recommend a change of copy.

    “Always, leash the dogs of war in your panties.”

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  6. GRS says:

    Ha! Dimitrios, you inadvertently slay me. I had some English friends who were honestly confused when I told them I filled a growler at the bar. Growler apparently means something completely different on the other side of the pond. I meant my 64 ounce stein but they thought (NSFW Urban Dictionary for growler).

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  7. Bruce388 says:

    I like the ties.

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  8. Jim Q. Heathen says:

    I hear wolves can pick up the smell of blood from a mile away…but at least your pad doesn’t irritate you.

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  9. moeman says:

    Tried a colleague’s MSurface, talk about pad irritation.

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