Aussie Speed Demons Get Egos Checked with Derisive Pinky Wiggles

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This ad is part of an Australian road safety campaign that's become a big winner amongst citizens Down Under.

Instead of sharing cautionary tales about traumatic crashes, the message here is simple:

Men who speed have small dicks.

And to bring boisterous tire-burners down to size, the ad introduces a useful new gesture: nonplussed women and put-off buddies wiggling pinkies to illustrate speeders' "insecurities."

It's perfect.

by Angela Natividad    Oct-17-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Cause, Commercials, Good, Television   

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Angela... Super Ad Chick...
Just did a post on AdScam about this... Giving you the credit. Funny as shit, particularly if you've ever had anything to do with the "Bruce's." If there's one thing they are fucking paranoid about, it's the size of their dick. Throw another shrimp on the barby.

Posted by: george parker on October 17, 2007 5:51 PM

the speeders

Posted by: shannon on September 5, 2008 2:30 AM

Dear Margo: Our daughter started college a year ago, and we've noticed during her visits home that she's not the sweet, innocent girl we sent away for higher learning. We raised her with strong Christian beliefs, but lately she's saying that she's joined an atheist club on campus and is questioning everything we taught her. Now my husband refuses to let her in the house and is threatening to turn her in to the FBI. I've tried to cure our daughter and reconcile with her, but nothing seems to work. I've prayed over her at night while she sleeps, enlisted friends in a phone prayer tree and even spoken to my priest about the possibility of an exorcism. I'm at my wits' end. How can I recover my daughter and keep her from hell? -- God-fearing

There's a regular stampede of young people doing exactly what "God-fearing" describes -- isn't it wonderful? This is exactly what happens when you send your kids off to college: if it works, they start thinking for themselves, develop surprising new opinions, and aren't afraid to share them with other people. Hooray for college students, some of my favorite people!

As for these poor parents, they shipped their daughter off to college with the wrong idea. They thought college would just confirm them in their same old traditional beliefs. We really ought to send little information packets to the parents of our students, carefully explaining that there will be little shocks like this, because their kids will come back as smart, independent human beings.

Margo's answer isn't bad -- she tells them that it is normal for people to think for themselves -- even if she does bend over backwards to give some unwarranted sympathy to freaky religious beliefs.

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