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I believe it's Laguna del Inca in the Valparaiso Region of Chile at the foot of the Andes. The entire spot was shot in Chile: Santiago and the surrounding areas. Despite the "don't try this," legal line insulting our intelligence, there was obviously some VFX work done to some of the locations. But a lot of that area is already stunning, so I'm sure it didn't need much.
I don't care who made those saffron buns. Can you just mail me a dozen. Kthxbai
That's what happens when a mansplainer shows up in the thread smdh
Dabitch is a surname. Not a nickname. If it were a nickname it would be spelled DaBitch.
Second: She's not American, she's Swedish. Says so right down there in the about-the-author section.
But you do you.
More idiotic than commenting on an article written four years ago?
The article isn't bashing the way he speaks.
The article is bashing the copywriter who wrote the dialogue which turned the kid into a shill. There is zero reason to these types of phrases in every day conversation. There are used car salesmen who sound less pushy and believable. It should be more than obvious that's what the article is referring to.
You realize you're commenting on an article that is almost four years old, right?
Those names above are the credits from the ad agency who made the ad. We are the ad site that posts and reviews the ads.
Why would it? And more importantly, why would brands engage at all? They're a content farm that constantly recycle the same listicles over and over again. And when they do it in "partnership," with a brand it's usually even more mediocre and phoned in. Not sure why anyone would waste spending their ad dollars with them at this point in time.
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