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MMM's picture
MMM

Regardless of what the rationale is, I have to go with 'stick up the arse'.

justpassingby's picture
justpassingby
Activity Score 1368

i knw what theyre TRYING to say but this image says more "pole up your ass" than witch

ivan's picture
ivan

Neither. This is the way people teach their kids to ride the bicycle in the former communist countries. ;)

Barkach's picture
Barkach
Activity Score 200

Harry Potter just got new rides

Get-a-Fix's picture
Get-a-Fix
Activity Score 351

So this is a witch's broomstick? And then you have...Suzuki motorcycles school...

And what exactly does that suggest?

Saeed Salem's picture
Saeed Salem
Activity Score 57

the stick prevents from flipping and falling on your head...

bartwhite's picture
bartwhite
Activity Score 80

Yes, it is the way to teach kids to ride the bicycle. Very popular. Actually we wondered if it's only eastern europe or international insight...

justpassingby's picture
justpassingby
Activity Score 1368

Ahhhhhhh, than it makes sense for Poland. I guess a more international idea would be to show the extra 2 wheels on the side (tricycle) that you get on a kids bike.

Filipe's picture
Filipe
Activity Score 311

The extra 2 wheels, would be 'more international' and more obvious.

chinaski's picture
chinaski
Activity Score 951

old school.
i second that justpassingby.

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Michal Zak

superB!

picturejockey's picture
picturejockey
Activity Score 658

To an Indian it would look like a cop motor cycle as a lot of them carry a cane like this one (bot not really shoved up the arse of the bike).
http://www.navinharish.org

gienel's picture
gienel
Activity Score 339

wow this is what you call a very bad taste

Battaman's picture
Battaman
Activity Score 16

i don't know what for a problem you guys have with it!!? for me, it's clear and i like it! it's like the carrying wheels for kids. it's not spectacular, but nice!

Guest's picture
Guest

you like it because you understand the idiom used here pal. simple as that. and there's nothing not to understand why others don't understand it. it's simply a local idiom.

corporal_hicks's picture
corporal_hicks
Activity Score 365

Good work guys!

TRICKY's picture
TRICKY
Activity Score 3954

in fact this is how you teach flying orbituaries using the pole on the model aircraft ...very intelligent to see it on the mototrbike

The man who stops advertising to save money is like the man who stops the clock to save time

bknowlden's picture
bknowlden
Activity Score 3647

Would've worked better with training wheels.

Guest No 1.346.971.005.321.375's picture
Guest No 1.346....

stick a fork in their asses and turn them over, they're done.

panasit's picture
panasit
Activity Score 687

If I have to read the comments to get the ad, it's a bad ad.

Bikers in Hogwarts-like setting would be a better idea.

-Tung
--good idea is enemy of great idea

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Scam Detector
Activity Score 1048

You don't get the ad because you aren't Polish. If they would impose this ad as a global ad then you are right.

V's picture
V

training wheels guys.. why complicate perceptions with a stick up the butt?

Scam Detector's picture
Scam Detector
Activity Score 1048

Great work that perfectly suits the Polish market.

My only comment is that the photography is too clean. This is a perfect shot for a catalog but I would have liked a bit more mood for the ad.

hadrianapolis's picture
hadrianapolis
Activity Score 733

Ahaha... Idiotic

Tero Ylitalo's picture
Tero Ylitalo
Activity Score 628

It's a motorcycle-lollipop!

Rog's picture
Rog
Activity Score 6082

Like it. Dissarmingly simple. Go Poles! :)

>>>> That's not an ad. THIS is an ad.

MMM's picture
MMM

Regardless of what the rationale is, I have to go with 'stick up the arse'.

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