Clearway: Your Direct Connection to The Wolf.

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Remember The Wolf, the cool operative summoned in Pulp Fiction to clean up the remains of a guy who had his brains blown out in a moving car?

UK-based cleanup firm Clearway riffs off that unseemly scenario with the ad at left -- "No job too big, no job too awful" -- depicting bloody furniture and a distinctly man-shaped stain. Among other things.

The ad was banned for obvious (read: "excessively graphic, offensive and distressing") reasons. Obtusely defensive, Clearway insists the piece is "an accurate portrayal of the work they undertook on a daily basis."

Which I guess is one way of saying Guy Ritchie and Quentin Tarantino -- or their gun-and-butcher's-knife-swinging muses -- get open tab when they're in town.

by Angela Natividad    Nov-17-08   Click to Comment   
Topic: Brands, Magazine, Poster, Racy, Strange   

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I had never really thought of something like this until seeing Sam Jackson's 2007 movie "The Cleaner". Bizarre, but oddly fascinating job. That ad is too much.

Posted by: kevin on November 17, 2008 1:19 PM

I had never really thought of something like this until seeing Sam Jackson's 2007 movie "The Cleaner". Bizarre, but oddly fascinating job. That ad is too much.

Posted by: kevin powers on November 17, 2008 1:19 PM

omg, thats bloody disgusting...it belongs on...bloodydisgusting.com

haha

Posted by: err0r on November 17, 2008 9:16 PM





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