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Veet - vacation makeover / Miranda Kerr - Edwina Hunter - (2003) (UK)

Veet - vacation makeover / Miranda Kerr - Edwina Hunter - (2003) (UK)

Don't worry Miranda Kerr.. This impromptu makeover session before our vacation with Edwina Hunter and another beauty isn't going to hurt. You see, us other girls forcing you down on the bed, grabbing your legs and... waxing you ... is for your own good.

 

Smirnoff - Mission (CA classic) - 0:70

 

Volkswagen - "Jogging Husband" - (2003) :30 (UK)

Volkswagen - "Jogging Husband" - (2003) :30 (UK)

Man hedge-dives to hide, because he honestly thinks he got a steal...

 

Barking Mad dog billboards - part two

According to the media Guardian, this "new" 'Dogvertising' is the brainchild of advertising agency Strawberry Frog. Last May however, they credited the barking billboards idea to the company of the same name.

Strawberry frog are currently using packs of drooling dogs adorned with a web address for a new, specially-created internet site designed to persuade people that it's "cool to drool" in an effort to sell the new Sony Ericsson T300 phone......

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Molson - Bob - (2002) 0:60 (UK)

Molson - Bob - (2002) 0:60 (UK)

Bob has been having a bit too much sex lately... and we all know that makes you go blind.

 

Just - in flight meal + Aerobics class - (2002) 2* 0:20 (UK)

Just - in flight meal + Aerobics class - (2002) 2* 0:20 (UK)

in flight there are no frills... at the hotel there are no frills..

 

Guinness - in a Bottle (2002) - 0:60 (UK)

Guinness - in a Bottle (2002) - 0:60 (UK)

Quirky ways of dancing - quirky ways of drinking.. Quirky drink?

 

FIFA - China girl (2002) - 0:60 (UK)

FIFA - China girl  (2002) - 0:60 (UK)

Dear Hooligans... We haven't missed you.. There are new rules now.

 

Stella Artois - the epedemic - (2002) 0:60 (UK)

Stella Artois - the epedemic - (2002) 0:60 (UK)

Stella is reassuringly expensive... real expensive... with a nod to old paintings.

 

Citroen - Suicide - (2002) :45 (UK)

Citroen - Suicide - (2002) :45 (UK)

Brian Baderman shows us why he's the king of dark comedy with this story of a man who can not commit suicide.

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