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CD copywriter with 18 years experience who has worked in many cities including New York, Atlanta, Montreal and currently Los Angeles. I snark because I care.

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That's what happens when a mansplainer shows up in the thread smdh
Dabitch is a surname. Not a nickname. If it were a nickname it would be spelled DaBitch.
Second: She's not American, she's Swedish. Says so right down there in the about-the-author section.
But you...
More idiotic than commenting on an article written four years ago?
The article isn't bashing the way he speaks.
The article is bashing the copywriter who wrote the dialogue which turned the kid into a shill. There is zero reason to these types of phrases in every...
You realize you're commenting on an article that is almost four years old, right?
Those names above are the credits from the ad agency who made the ad. We are the ad site that posts and reviews the ads.
Why would it? And more importantly, why would brands engage at all? They're a content farm that constantly recycle the same listicles over and over again. And when they do it in "partnership," with...
First of all: Adland did not pitch ideas to c3. Don't confuse the name of this website with the creative agency who did. It should be easy enough to keep track of as the agency logo was on the pitch...
Diarrhea, hemorrhoids, vomit and snot are also normal. I don't need to see it in any ad, though.
Out of all the things you could choose to champion, when it comes to women, period blood should be...
Update According to The New York Post YouTube took down the parody videos and then reposted after a backlash.

The campaign’s lead spot, “Pennies vs. Dollars,” was uploaded to YouTube on Oct. 25...
I guess the CCC couldn't invest in proper sound mixing either. Weird since mixing is at least related to music.
Like you said, we already know musicians are getting screwed because they have been...
Well it's not our ad, we just post them, but you might try contacting the production company, Soft Citizen.

it's a gift. Also, I never worked in Pittsburgh, I just was born there.
Then they did a poor color pass on it, I guess.
This commercial used still images. It didn't cost a lot to make at all.
As a member of the class in the lawsuit, wouldn't they have told you the rationale? Having never been in one before, I have no idea how they work.