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Oreo takes the Daily Twist to Ireland

Draft FCB has taken its award winning campaign "Daily Twist," to Ireland, specifically Dublin. The campaign builds off the same "turn an Oreo into anything," direction, with locales and events that are extremely specific to Dublin.
No James Joyce version? Y'all need to step up your game.

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Diamond Nut Fantasies - Cuddle Marathon / Guest House - print

Aaaah, the Diamond Nut Fantasies men. Sultry. Seductive. Promises of future wonder. Come hither eyes. This is how an ordinary life can be transformed into the average cook's fantasy after baking with Diamond Nuts. Better than Burt Reynolds on that fur. Purrrr.

These print ads, also created by Deutsch LA, will run in November and December.

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Have a burger whatever time it is.

it's 8:15 in the morning here, and I'm seriously considering it. And I'm not even a McDonald's fan.
Thanks a lot, DDB Stockholm!

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McDonalds, have a burger whatever the weather.

Nice tasty art direction here. Tasty? Geddit? Narf narf narf.

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Papa Murphy's - "Scary" - (2013) :30 (USA)

Wong, Doody, Crandall, Wiener (WDCW) debuts a new commercial today for Papa Murphy's International, promoting the chain's popular Jack-o-Lantern shaped Halloween pizza. Papa Murphy's is the nation's largest take 'n' bake pizza chain with 1380 locations and has been voted top national pizza chain by Zagat for the last three years. "Scary" breaks today, and will air throughout the markets that Papa Murphy's serves.

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Soy Vay "A pollo 13." (2013) 1:15 (USA)

Oh the punnage. Soy Vay (Pun #1) presents A Pollo 13 (Pun #2) in which they build a slow cooker/space capsule and fileld it with marinade and chicken and then launched it into space, to cook the chicken. In space. Like some celestial bain-marie.

And then they brought the chicken they cooked in space back to eat it on earth.

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KFC "Separation" (2013) :40 (South Africa)

Never before did I ever expect to associate a poignant moment with KFC, nor did I ever expect to see a KFC ad without the requisite bite and smile. But this spot had just blown my preconceived notions to bits. Because it features a seriously poignant story about divorced parents sharing custody of their all too perceptive kid.

As much as I admire this spot for showcasing a moment between a broken family still trying to keep the separated father involved in his kid's life, this spot is depressing as shit. Did they shoot this on the darkest day of the year?

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Macquarie Dictionary - Phubbing A Word is Born - (2013) 2:30 (Australia)

McCann Melbourne are at it again, this time they're inventing words instead of dumb ways to die, and seeding the word around the world. At the end of the case study, the success of this word is a reminder that dictionaries, in particular the Macquarie Dictionary , are really really useful things.

The invented word: Phubbing. Ignoring the person in front of you in favor of your smart phone.

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DelMonte "If Spencer Can" (2013) :30 (Canada)

I'm sure the creative team who came up with this knows at least one person like this at their shop. We all have them. They do as little as possible.

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Green Giant "Gym Trouble" (2013) 2:00 (USA)

Eating a lot isn't cheating on your diet.

In Episode two of this Reality spoof, Caught In The Act, a turtle neck wearing dude is enlisted by two women to insult their friend because they by assume she's cheating on her diet.

I'll wait while you read that sentence a second time.

It turns out it's all a big misunderstanding because vegetables! It doesn't count as overeating! Because vegetables! Why do I have a weird feeling nutrition experts would disagree?

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