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Eh? Okayyy... I guess they think it's funny just to spoof those viagra ads, huh?
They all look like photos of the background montaged for each poster site - which makes me wonder, what do they look like at night? Pretty strange I assume. ;)
Edit: they photographed each poster...
You got it all sussed tlevitz! :))
Hey, I know who you are silly.
Really? That actress probably bought a house for her royalties then. Wow.
So one could argue .... Honda was helpful to you, aye?
It's even a better ad for Billy King than for Lyft. Protecting his wife with his own body? Oh man. Chivalry isn't dead.
Oh dear, I forgot my Danish Candy. This is good stuff. ;)
(I also have the black logo on a giant soft fleece which I have in my toddlers pram for heat/sudden picknic ideas. It gets a giggle from...
Exactly. The pinkwashing, greenwashing and whatever-else-washing is tedious, people see through the crude attempts to latch on to a social cause while still just being your run of the mill...
You're right, this looks a lot more like me.
If that voicelessfaceless guy is you TDD, you did a great job in the Maltese Falcon.
More of Robblinks suggestions (I just photoshopped them together):
And this triple whammy -...
It's possible the idea "Bob Ross was a PTSD vietnam vet" hit more than one creative funny-mind, and there's several versions of this out there since so many commenters have brought this up saying...
That discussion about the ad was far too easily derailed, huh? 😂
Yep, there are so many things wrong with this ad I'm amazed it made it through production. It offends every religion involved, and for what? The Buddhist monk is a materialist, the priest ditches...
Of course it did! And me too, actually. The old "lets do all the super bowl ad stereotypes in one ad" is a Super Bowl ad stereotype by now.
The fish eye lens, the hair-in-many-knots, the midriff baring shirts, the green cast - you could not get more 90s if you tried. This is a visual feast of 90s. Love it.