Yet Another Nippleless Ad Messes With Nature

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From favorite new site, Photoshop Disasters, comes this oddity. On Swedish lingerie site, Mer Kroppanara Mode, a model is seen wearing a bra that isn't meant to cover the breasts, rather to simply support therm. The model's nipples have been erased leaving her with odd looking, nippleless breasts.

A Jordache ad featuring Heidi Klum did this back in March and it was equally disturbing. Breasts have nipples. Are we suddenly supposed to believe they don't? Quick freaking us out, people! See the full on freakishness here.

by Steve Hall    May- 5-08    
Topic: Racy, Strange



Sickos Suck Face With Mentos Hottie

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There's really nothing else to say about this Mentos site on which you can choose a hottie of your liking, pop a Mentos and then have a virtual tongue twirl with the girl. Except, of course, to say that if you actually do go through with this, place your lips on your screen and embrace your computer like you've been missing the love for weeks, you are one sick sicko!

by Steve Hall    May- 5-08    
Topic: Games, Strange, Video



Freeze-Packed Used Condoms Call Attention to Beach Pollution

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If you're one of those beach police dudes, you might want to make sure you take your keys out of your little beach cart before you inform a beachgoer they're on a private beach lest you want an angry walrus to drive off with it. That particular scenario is part of a Saatchi & Saatchi LA-created campaign for the beach protection cause group Surfrider.

Along with an amateur-style video with the walrus antics, which, let's be honest, is pretty lame, comes seafood packaging placed in local farmer's markets which don't contain fish, rather various collections of trash collected from the beach. Not exactly the sort of thing you'd want to see when digging through the cooler for that prefect cut of fish.

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Say, How About You Bring the Fleshy One a Little Closer.

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The Calgary Zoo is running a warped print campaign that depicts how animals must see people -- and their drool-worthy spawn -- from within the steel cages.

Might make you think twice about parading your kid around all the lions, tigers and bears. Ads of the World has more.

by Angela Natividad    May- 5-08    
Topic: Campaigns, Magazine, Strange



Type UFO in Google Earth to Find, if Not the Colonel, The New York Times

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Some YTMND.com ("You're the man now, dawg!") user made a subsite titled "Type UFO in on Google Earth to Find This" to show people that, when they type "UFO" into Google Earth, they'll see the face of the KFC Colonel at 1 Old Mill St. in Nevada.

I always thought there was something funky about that chicken. All those legs in a bucket just never seemed natural.

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by Angela Natividad    May- 2-08    
Topic: Brands, Online, Spoofs, Strange



'Projectile Dysfunction' Rampant Among Young Male Gamers

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As AdFreak Tim Nudd correctly surmises, this fake medical condition approach from DDB LA which promotes Activision's Enemy Territory: Quake War will resonate perfectly with young boys who, if they aren't thinking about gaming, are thinking about sex. So, an "ailment" such as "projectile dysfuntion" is sure to get a laugh. There's a video and there's a site. Now go have a giggle because yes, even at your age, you still think this stuff is funny.

by Steve Hall    May- 1-08    
Topic: Good, Online, Spoofs, Strange, Video



WPP Wants Rocket Scientists For Project DaVinci Dell Agency

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At the end of last year, Dell and WPP hooked up to create Project Davinci, an agency created solely to staff the Dell account in Austin and around the world. Recently, WPP took out an ad in the Austin Statesman looking for, well rocket scientists because, apparently, advertising people aren't smart enough to handle the seemingly daunting task of creating computer ads. That or they just wanted to write an oh-so-witty headline they could enter in some award show.

Poor Casey Jones. It seems his dream agency is taking a bit longer to get on its feet. Adrants reader illustrates the point with the photo caption, "...I was in the shower and it hit me, all I needed to do to save my ass was to go out and hire rocket scientists."

by Steve Hall    May- 1-08    
Topic: Agencies, Newspaper, Strange



Life Would be Very Strange if Facebook Interaction Was Real World

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Here's is an absolutely perfect (and hilarious) representation of what real life would be like if everyone acted the way they do when they use Facebook. Scary, Very scary. The video comes from the UK comedy group, Idiots of Ants. Earlier, the group had fun spoofing the debut of Facebook News Feed feature.

by Steve Hall    May- 1-08    
Topic: Good, Social, Spoofs, Strange



Not That You'd Know But Facebook's MorphMonkey Has Chlamydia

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AdFreak reports The American Social Health Association is using...what else...social media to educate people about the STD Chlamydia with a Facebook application, MorphMonkey. Created by Duval Guillaume, the application, lets people create love children by combining their images with a friend's.

In a bit of reverse nastiness, the campaign's tagline is "spread it to beat it."

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by Steve Hall    May- 1-08    
Topic: Games, Online, Opinion, Social, Strange



Ever See 1500 Coke Fountains Blow at Once?

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You don't really want to.

Dubbed "The Diet Coke & Mentos Experiments," the Leuwen, Belgium-based event happened on 4/24 and broke the world record for most "exploding" fountains at once: 1500. (The previous record was 973 out of Missouri.)

Not sure where Mentos fits in but it doesn't look like there was a lot of fresh-making going on. Did it sponsor the raincoats or something? Something to contemplate while looking over previous Mentos/Diet Coke collabos. Thanks Influencia for sending this over.

by Angela Natividad    May- 1-08    
Topic: Events, Product Placement, Sponsorship, Strange










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