Look's like Viral Boy is having server trouble, so it's probebly gone viral and knocked it over. I'll let you know when its back up.
And now the Asa Bailey clip has been seeded on Kontraband.com
, not only that it's gone straight in at number 1 on their top 20, thats 100,000
views a day right away. So there's not much chance of it not going viral now.
Anyone got any images of this yet ??
Yes you silly bint - there on your shoulders.
Oh well bugger me backwards; I wonder who put them there?
See evil baby - top right!
Its just a very lame, non funny idea full stop.
and it looks crap
and its a copy of some much better ads
and it looks crap
It's bloody new years eve - what do I know about anything, I should be well drunk by now
Oh what DNS fun we have
Oh no, www.netimperative.co.uk
I have posted a full update to dabitch. I'll leve it up to her to release the
next episode in this mad crazy game.
Just to put this one right.
Some posts have questioned the attack by the viral team as being misguided
as O&M use Ogilvy as its worldwide brand, OK fine, but can any one explain
Seems to me that those who are saying otherwise such as the misinformed netimperative.com
should do a bit more research before jumping in with their comments. The legend
Have you taken a look at this little ditty that if figures are to go by, it has
already entered the viral hall of fame. Shame there was not a real brand attached,
its a stunt for their production co mrandmrs take a look here
From what they say on the site, it has been seen by over 5 million users in
it's first month, and the agency is still very young, only out the box this
year - so give em a chance. But in principle I agree after this little O&M
stunt the work that comes out of this new little hot shop better be damn white
hot in my book, as they are sure making a name for themselves, that will need
to be lived up to. I also find the SEGA stuff a bit juvenile but then - it is
aimed at football heads.
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