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adsthinker's picture
adsthinker
119 pencils

not bad. make fun of pests, so...what? it doesnt drive me to buy primosal though, i din see any dangerous sign of these pests do to me...

Plastilina's picture
Plastilina
73 pencils

because you don't have this problem. the target does.

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Plastilina
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think, adsthinker, think.

adsthinker's picture
adsthinker
119 pencils

thanks for the response Dobrita, well, r u saying that when u spray primosal, those pests can actually runaway temporary, then return other days? U actually showing the pests did survice after the termination, instead of showing the spary can kill the pests, i mean, what's the point showing them still alive? may be i missing something, beg ur explanation! Cheers.

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copyingnobody
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IMO, these ads are a reference to 1950's US (don't know if elsewhere) government propaganda where they instructed people how to "protect" themselves from nuclear attacks even though there was nothing you could actually do. They make fun of some of these advises in in some movies, like when the children where instructed to hide under their desks in school (it's just useless).

That's why i think they used the nuclear mushroom to show the poison.

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drunk dave
1066 pencils

did anyone see the DOOM campaign by Hunt's and you give these scribbles a 8? students judging i can only summise.

karaba's picture
karaba
112 pencils

une autre façon de parler des pesticides
i like it

Plastilina's picture
Plastilina
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Yeah, Dave, I know the DOOM campaign, it's awesome. "Trick or treat" is my favorite. Your point being?...

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Guest

aww.. interesting and different approach..but it kinda makes me not wanna kill those poor things again.. :|

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