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Two minutes is a tad long for anything but it's now approaching standard which is a shame, because even in this rapidly moving skillfully acted p.o.v clip, I had some time to get bored with it.
People have been eagerly awaiting the Alexander Wang x H&M collection, and the video launching it shows clothes cut for moving through rough weather and rough cities but in style.
Ok, Arla, now you're just messing with us. Where the hell is the snooze and off button? TURN IT OFF! STAWP!
Look, it gets really cold and dark in the winters in Sweden... and... well that's the only way I can explain why we have such talents as the worlds best backwards talker.
Weiden and Kennedy London may have just launched the most Swedish ad campaign ever, and for once I'm not hiding behind my "skämskudde" (
PZU call upon Marcin Dorociński once more to explain why having their insurance is a good idea. Well, actually they're explaining that having insurance is a good idea. As Marcin points out, random events can happen to anyone, at any time.
The dramatic adventures of Peg_Leg82.
See the companion ad and read my analysis here at Full Tilt - The Bluff.
Online poker is, in the harsh light of day, a solitary and unglamorous pursuit.
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john st. gets irreverent and topical in these print ads for Scotties...
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