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Tui Blond - Vortex / Bikini scientist - (2011) :30 (New Zealand)

Yeah, I have a question. Is that "vortex" neck as stupid as this ad is?

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Introducing - Mountain Dew Skate Pinball Park

Woah! When they do the Dew down under they really go all out, don't they? Here's a time-lapse showing of the construction of the park, one giant pinball game that you can skate through.

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Hell Pizza: "Come in, Osama, we’ve been expecting you"

This ad ran in the New Zealand Herald today, quite fittingly underneath a news report with the headline: "Bin Laden's death sparks market rally". That was some quick work Barnes Catmur & Friends, well done.

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Vodafone Double Rainbow - (2011) :60 (New Zealand)

Paul "Bear" Vasquez - the man who flipped out over the trippy double rainbows - takes a tour around New Zealand and flips out over double everything else, including a double neck-tie at the end. Why? What does it mean? Vodafone's new Double Back offer!

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Snickers - Movember

It's Movember guys. Grow a Mo that you can get crumbs of chocolate candy stuck in. Don't forget to grow a flavor-savor. Snickers is sponsoring the Movember charity that raises funds and awareness for mens health. And gives everyone male a really good excuse to experiment with facial hair. Win win!

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DB Export Beer - Beer, The Untold Story - (2010) :90 (New Zealand)

Working via Colenso BBDO Auckland, FEEDTHEWALRUS Editor Adam Jenkins recently put together an epic mini-film for The Glue Society which crafts the tale of New Zealand's DB Export Beer.

Shot black-and-white, this classic and contemporary film tells the true story: in the 1950s, New Zealand's misguided Finance Minister, Arnold Nordmeyer, installed an oppressive tax on imported beer, shutting out the proletariat that had accounted for the majority of the beverage's sales. The suits and bureaucrats took over the bars, shutting out the working man. Then a hero emerged, Morton Coutts, who revolutionized the science of brewing beer. In setting out to work around the tax, he brewed a perfect, non-taxable export quality brew for the working man; DB Export Beer was born.

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Telecom NZ - Pac-man Game Over / Text Anyone 2500 - (2010) :15 (NZ)

 

Telecom NZ - Pac-man Hurry! / Text Anyone 2500 - (2010) :15 (NZ)

 

Telecom NZ - Pac-man Behind you / Text Anyone 2500 - (2010) :15 (NZ)

 

Telecom NZ - Giant city pac-man / Text Anyone 2500 - (2010) :45 (NZ)

What would you do if SMS/text messages were only half a cent? Play giant pacman, of course. New Zealdm telecom figures that when you can send 2500 texts per month to any NZ network for $12 with "Text Anyone 2500", you can get pretty creative.

Kieren Cooney from Telecom, says one of the brilliant things about Mobile is how people are coming up with seemingly endless ways of using the phones and services. And this idea celebrates that - the imagination and energy of New Zealanders, specifically in the way we've embraced Mobile to enrich our lives.

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