In an effort to call attention to child trafficking, an epidemic that's not just occurring overseas in strange lands but right here in America, this PSA from JWT New York for End Child Prostitution and Trafficking takes on an eerie tone after the first 20 seconds or so. What starts out as an innocent, comfortable fairy tale slowly turns into a nightmare. And it's made even more nightmarish because it's read by the same little girl who, seconds before, was enjoying the bliss of what set out to be an innocent tale.
Before the decade is out, it seems every celebrity will have shed their clothes to appear in a PETA ad campaign. The latest addition to the naked celebrity parade is British actress and model Kelly Brook. In the ad, Brook is naked but she's painted to resemble a snake. The ad's headline is "Whose Skin Are You In?" Body copy reads, "Animals belong in the wild, not in your wardrobe."
Of her participation in the campaign, Brook said, "It makes my skin crawl to think about the violent ways snakes, lizards, alligators and other exotic creatures are raised and killed for boots, bags and belts."
The 32E Brook was last seen writhing in a perpetual state of hyper sexualized ecstasy as she awaited rescue as the last Axe Angel who hadn't yet fallen from the sky into the arms of her perfect lover.
The Chive has collected 23 images of poorly placed ads. Typically, we see this sort of thing with contextual advertising online but this set includes some unfortunately placed offline ads that are pretty funny.