September 25th 2009, British politician Nigel Farage stunned the political world by insulting European President Herman van Rompuy in the European Parliament. He called the friendly European president a 'damp rag'. Herman van Rompuy was stunned and remained speechless. Too bad, we thought. Advertising Agency Germaine wanted to incite people to give a witty reaction to the British rudeboy. So the next day we launched a minisite to give Nigel Farage a piece of his own vocabulary. Nigel Farage getting served!
Digital advertisment created by Germaine, Belgium for Germaine, within the category: Agency Self-Promo.
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