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teenie's picture
teenie
1894 pencils

Lose the CDs, maybe?

I don't think they meant let loose the CDs...

Citizen13's picture
Citizen13
478 pencils

Maybe they meant to say Loosen the CDs.
Set them free.

"Assume nothing, question everything."

ivan's picture
ivan

I just updated the images with the corrected images. Thanks for proofing. ;)

Ivan Raszl, admin of AotW

olivorio's picture
olivorio
34 pencils

I think is a bad translation

FlyingDogs's picture
FlyingDogs
968 pencils

Very nice campaign fellas!

gmartin1983's picture
gmartin1983
7 pencils

lose can also be spelled "loose". so you're right, lose the cds.

teenie's picture
teenie
1894 pencils

"Loose" means the opposite of tight. "Lose" means to have lost something. Sorry, it's one of my bugaboos, like breath/breathe.

But it probably is just lost in translation.

ypyng chong's picture
ypyng chong
39 pencils

3rm... IziT mean ke3p anYthinG u waNt iNsid3 cD??? Coz i seen alL th3 visUaLs se3m lik3 shoW dO waT3ver thG v iT froM conNected it v th3 h3aDLin3: Loose the CDs. Rite?

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sonucoues2002
804 pencils

this ad says u dont need to but music cd anymore just get it form the esom music store

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http://adsoftheworld.com/forum/dungeon/dhl_santa

unni's picture
unni
29 pencils

Dude, use this time to improve your own work.

but_why's picture
but_why
280 pencils

It took me and my mate 10 minutes to work these ads out (with the help of Google). And the Esom music site is down. These ads are soooo confusing I just don't get how they're good?

but_why's picture
but_why
280 pencils

Ha! Brilliant. While I was typing somebody fixed the translation. Now fix the ads.

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