Spilt Ketchup Triggers Boobathon In Sneaker Retailer Ad

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While we suppose it's not surprising that most guy's minds are continually filled with images of boobs and that, faced with certain death, those images might flood forward as part of the final lifetime flashback. Though, in this spot, created by Mask, for French sneaker retailer Courir, none of that is initially obvious. Apparently, we are to believe a little ketchup spilled on a pair of new sneakers is enough of a trigger to bring on a full blown boobathon flashback. In any event, it's always enjoyable to o drink in a few quick cuts of cleavage during the day. Besides, the French created this so that explains all.

by Steve Hall    Sep-14-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Commercials, Good, Strange   

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Actually, that's a pretty funny ad. Of course it's over the top, but at least it's not a Nike War of the Worlds aliens taking over the universe and being saved by "Becks" in his gold fooball boots. Anyway, it's got lots of tits, so I LIKE it. Hey, and if I apply for the job of "Payment Collector" in Arville AL, you've got listed in the jobs section, do I get to break arms and legs with a baseball bat. And will the people I collect from have big tits???
Cheers/George

Posted by: George Parker on September 14, 2006 12:58 PM

Now that would be a great job, wouldn't it!?

Posted by: Steve Hall on September 14, 2006 2:30 PM

Who cares if the French made this ad - if it is supposed to sell the product, it isn't even coming close...I don't even know what ketchup squirting from a bun has to do with boobs let alone shoes...who makes these shoes any way?

Posted by: Greg Gillispie on September 14, 2006 11:16 PM

Who cares if the French made this ad - if it is supposed to sell the product, it isn't even coming close...I don't even know what ketchup squirting from a bun has to do with boobs let alone shoes...who makes these shoes any way?

Posted by: Greg Gillispie on September 14, 2006 11:17 PM







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