Gmail Serves Up Animal Death ... and Acrobatics

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PETA may just have a heyday with this one. A recent Gmail correspondence resulted in this set of Google-served text ads. The mash-up was so strange we had to keep it - not just because of the menagerie of animals but because we can't believe there's such a thing as Squirrel Circus. (Watch the video. We're building a squirrel playset the second we get home!)

While the acrobatic squirrels amused us two minutes too long, the Armadillo Eliminator strikes us as sinister. Those bottles of death fluid are like a cross between antifreeze and Dip.

Like food poisoning after a post-Lent binge, the content spider probably experienced a bad reaction to the recent rodent rampage at KFC and the Geico caveman. But of course we could be totally wrong - armadillos and squirrels feature regularly in discussions we have with strangers over the internet.

by Angela Natividad    Mar- 2-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Online, Strange   

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If you had read the Armadillo site you would have seen that the stuff doesn't kill or hurt the animals. It just repels them, I guess by repulsing them with castor oil.

Posted by: Tammy Strnatka on March 2, 2007 4:20 PM







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