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South Dakota Yanks Their Don't Jerk And Drive Campaign

Yes, this is real. And yes, I am thirteen. The South Dakota Department of Public Safety -tee hee-- pulled -- tee hee -- its new public service campaign encouraging drivers not to jerk the steering wheel on icy roads after people complained that the ad contained double entendres.

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Help Mary's Meals and set the table for one more at Christmas

Every year, Edinburgh based ad agency Whitespacers, creates a different, shall we say, conceptual Christmas card. One year they created a giant train set with a mounted live cam that could was operational via Twitter. Pretty fun.

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AKA NYC Honored at Davey Awards

Campaigns for ONCE: THE MUSICAL and ALL THE WAY bring five wins for the entertainment marketing and advertising agency.

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PETA's bukkake "don't swallow" ad pulled

PETA; true to their tasteless sexist form decided to erect a billboard in Nottingham protesting milk. “Some bodily fluids are bad for you. Don't swallow.

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Thinkbox announces return of Harvey the Dog

Had enough sweetness yet? Teeth starting to ache from all the sugar? Well prepare yourself for an emergency trip to the dentist - the final ad for Thinkbox's 'Harvey the Dog' will premier in the UK on Boxing Day.

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Chapstick launches Flavor Rush mobile game app.

Pharma company Pfizer just launched a mobile game app for its ChapStick brand. Basically your job is to sort and ship the products to make sure everyone gets their lip balm in time for the dead of winter.

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Flickr will sell your Creative Commons images & you don't get a cut

Have you uploaded images to Flickr? Have you set some of the images to be creative commons licensed images?

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Ted Baker launches holiday themed campaign: TedsElfie

Santa's lost his Elves following a night of debauchery and egg nog quaffing. (Okay I made that last part up-- they might have gone clubbing.) The only clue we have is a-- wait for it-- Elfie, taken by Santa.

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