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To combat the fact one in five women suffer from eating disorders, Enosh, the Israeli Association for Mental Health, is out with an ad that has a woman in her underwear getting "eaten" by creepy-looking, snake-like skeleton creatures. It's all to convey the fact eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia are "dead scary."
And so it seems, the campaign, created by TBWA\Yehoshua, aims to get women to imagine they have creepy-looking, snake-like skeleton creatures swirling around their midsections...unless they go out and down a few Big Macs. Or at least a salad or two.
And you will probably hate yourself for clicking through that ridiculous tease of a headline. In any event, TBWA Israel is out with a campaign that ams to get kids to love pasta. Touting Sugat's playfully-shaped pasta, the campaign uses a military theme following the familiar "It's a plane" approach parents use to get their little ones to eat.
Expect that Sugat pasta is so awesome, these techniques will no longer need to be deployed. And so the ads which carry the tagline, "No Need For Maneuvers," depict a decrepit looking warehouse where all the "open wide," "it's a plane," and "yummy, yummy" military-themed spoons have gone to collect dust.
Evolve, a non profit gun safety organization founded by Jon Bond and his wife Rebecca, is out with its first PSA. Entitled The Bill of Rights for Dumbasses, the PSA takes a satirical look at your founding fathers reviewing the Bill of Rights.
In reviewing the second amendment, the Thomas Jefferson character says the second amendment is too long and the phrase "as long people aren't being dumbasses about it" isn't needed because it should be a given.