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Aw, that's so sweet!
I haven't felt this awkward since I was 14
You are so accurate about that song.
I do love the spotlight execution here, that's great. The horses, the suburbia with the little dog, all great details. What I do not love is that he became an...
"very different for the genre" - yes! This! It blows the usual wavy hair shiny happy people shit away. I find that really refreshing. I am the target, since I have long hair, and they got me with...
*sobs* But I love the astronaut!! It's so irreverent! Dangit!
I hear you on the possibilities of dropping lines at the end. It works perfectly with "I want to be... her" and then we see our gorgeous...
I'd do a 60 not 45 though because I think it needs the rising crescendo (time) of crap morning before beautiful hair reveal.
In hindsight, I'm really angry with myself for not having placed a bet that the press conference was going to be the announcement that Ny dropped the case against Assange.
Good insight, I have stared at the perfect hair girl during my morning commute (and Friday I was the perfect hair girl people stared at. Internet High five!)
The commute shots were rather amusing,...
Regarding that Audi ad, I'ma just gonna drop a quote in here from this post about Danske Bank's campaign in 2012
Here's the problem that some clients forget . We can't put lipstick on a pig , the...
YOU LOVE IT.
It must well and truly suck to be running the Sweden twitter account this week. I feel bad for the guy. All he wants to talk about is bandy. And his glorious cat that pinned him to his chair so now...
Another side-effect of Twitter is that people won't click through to see it's an op-ed anymore, so now we apparently have to put it in the title.... Attempts are made to discuss this with me on...
To be clear, this blocklist has nothing to do with Twitter as a company. This blocklist was implemented by "Net security expert" Vian Tahir when she was the curator of the Sweden account. The...
Do they always film the same areas in these road trip ads? I feel like location scouts should mix it up a little.
I love this ad. That they managed to sell this tease is just great.
Well, the insight is "stop mucking about on facebook her at the station when you can buy a magazine to read on your (presumably wifi-less) trip instead".
I'll note that Malmö station is used by...