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Jeez. They really are ridiculous.
Maybe they just liked this version better than the one that ran (I don't).
Well the reason I looked is that I remembered older Hotwheels campaigns and the 'carpet' idea isn't nearly as good. I reckon it's a case of 'bastards with no taste rejected my work of genius' syndrome.
Interesting. I notice this, though, on Ogilvy's site: http://tinyurl.com/c7hoab
Surely they aren't running two different big-spend campaigns for toy cars within a couple of months of each other?
If you rearrange the words in that headline does it make sense? I'm struggling with it.
I can see this taking off in other areas, too. I'm about to release a single under the name of Pink Floyd. I think it might make me a few quid.
Incidentally, it's pretty hard to run a recruitment ad for a client you don't have, because the whole point of recruitment ads is to invite a direct response for a particular position. I image the client would be very pissed off if hundreds of people started phoning in about a job that didn't exists. I suppose you could run a straightforward awareness campaign though (not that I would).
Hmm. Well it looks like he might be playing an A chord, but I suspect he isn't playing anything. Look at how his pinkie is sitting right on top of the fret. In fact his fingering is terrible generally (no sniggering at the back!)
I love the way the guy keeps his socks on in the top ad.
Aw - I wanted to see the guy hit the paint!
*whisper* your cheque's in the post
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