Where's my fucking idea? I got your idea right here.

Here's a silly, and maybe useful, self-promo. Inspired by the What the fuck should I make for dinner, where the fuck should I go eat? and I don't fucking eat meat. - What The Fuck Should I Make For Dinner? sites before them, this site aims to help you with a dash of expletives. (By the way, with all that fucking food you should have some fucking beer)

Creatives Lauren Rogers and Rich Tseng made WheresMyFuckingIdea.com, which can shake you out of creative rut. Presumably. It'll give you answers like Break a fucking taboo, and show how this product could do some fucking good. I cycled through these and find some more could be useful, like;

  • Recycle a fucking previous award winner
  • Parody a fucking popular meme
  • Fuck the brief, use the same fucking concept you've tried to push on 5 other clients
  • Hire a fucking celebrity comedian and use the outtakes
  • The creatives are working on allowing submissions, so perhaps we'll see suggestions like that in the fucking future. While they have 30 ideas now, they want to add more and seem to think you'll find it useful to shake things up.

    “Being struck by an even better idea after the deadline’s passed is the worst. And this hopefully prevents that in a fun yet quick way.”

    says Rich Tseng (Copywriter of the team)

    “We wanted to make something people could actually use. Give creatives ways in to help push their ideas further, even spark methods nobody’s thought of yet.”

    adds Lauren Rogers (Art Director of the team)

    Rich and Lauren have just left TBWA\Chiat\Day LA, where they used Twitter to hijack the Super Bowl for Persil ProClean, and are looking for new opportunities together. Here at Adland we've had an Ad Chat with Richard a few years ago.

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    Dabitch Creative Director, CEO, hell-raising sweetheart and editor of Adland. Globetrotting Swede who has lived and worked in New York, London, San Francisco, Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Stockholm after growing up in Kiruna, Raleigh and Jiddah.