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Marmite - Neglect - (2013)

Marmite - Neglect - (2013)

In this day and age it's really rather sad how original ideas are neglected in favor of running this old twist once again.

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Yahoo! 30 days of change - New Logo every day - (2013)

Yahoo! 30 days of change - New Logo every day - (2013)

Yahoo are getting a new logo, and to really get you excited about this they're changing their logo every day for 30 days until the reveal. Ya reckon the new logo will be purple... and in a different font?

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Dick's Sporting Goods - Every Snap - (2013) :60 (USA)

Dick's Sporting Goods - Every Snap - (2013) :60 (USA)

Rock Paper Scissors editor Biff Butler hits the turf with Anomaly and @radical.media to deliver a suspenseful :60 spot for Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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Anti-Gun - Bribe the Senate - (2013) 2:00 (USA)

Anti-Gun - Bribe the Senate - (2013) 2:00 (USA)

Fun fact, the United States is a republic, not a democracy. Accurately defined, a democracy is a form of government in which the people decide policy matters directly, though referendums for example. Like Sweden. Where the population voted against driving on the right hand side of the road at least four times, until the politicians said sod it, we're switching to right hand traffic anyway in 1967. See, true democracy isn't all that easy, people keep voting wrong. ;) A republic is a system in which the people choose representatives who then in turn make policy decisions for them.

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Zmrzliny Prima: Mrož - Ice cream fantasy - (2013) :30 (Czech republic)

Zmrzliny Prima: Mrož - Ice cream fantasy - (2013) :30 (Czech republic)

Somewhere in the Czech Republic, bare chested models shower in milk, slide in strawberries and bathe in chocolate, all so that you can put it in your mouth and lick it baby. Lick and suck it. The popsicle, gawd get your head out of the gutter. Sheesh.

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Bertolli - Cooking with hot sexy Italian chef, Alfredo Caldo-Freddo - (2013) 3:20 (Australia)

Bertolli - Cooking with hot sexy Italian chef, Alfredo Caldo-Freddo - (2013) 3:20 (Australia)

Welcome to the most tired (sexist) troupe of advertising yet, it's the shirtless guy cooking in all his unhygenic glory.
This time it's Bertolli who introduces the "hot sexy Italian chef, Alfredo Caldo-Freddo". Alfredo teaches us the difference between Hot & Cold uses of olive oil, and which oil goes where - the light one is "to keep it moist on the inside" while strutting his stuff in nothing but an apron.

What happened to fat doofus dad, did we finally kill him off and replaced him with beefcake man in ads? Nope, doofus has a starring role as comedic relief as usual. Nothing new under the advertising sun.

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Whiskas: WWF Help Protect A Tiger - (2013) :30 UK)

Whiskas: WWF Help Protect A Tiger - (2013) :30 UK)

Whiskas wants cats to save tigers, and here's how they're going to do it.

Just as little cats need love and care, so do tigers: with just 3,200 left in the wild, we're working with WWF to help protect endangered tigers.

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Maple Leaf Foods "The mom who changed her life with bacon" (2013) 1:00 (Canada)

Maple Leaf Foods "The mom who changed her life with bacon" (2013) 1:00 (Canada)

This spot has many clichés. The overworked mom who bribes her family to do housework. The casting selection of a mom that doesn't look old enough to have three kids. The old "brand X saved my life," in a tongue in cheek way. The lazy dad who is lazy and never does anything because he is lazy and probably stupid because all dads are lazy and stupid. And of course, the client insisting they show the versatility of bacon.

Let me tell you something about bacon and its uses. It's bacon. If you aren't Jewish, Muslim, vegetarian, or on a restrictive diet, the way you eat bacon is by the handful.

Now I need to go on a tangent because I got distracted by one error in this spot.

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