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squirrely's picture
squirrely
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I think the skin could have been touched up to not look so hairy. It's kinda gross (not the wrinkles, jus the texture of the skin)

kozak's picture
kozak
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I agree with squirrely.

pindaro's picture
pindaro
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uhmmmm... If I had yo choose between a fresh smile or a lot of wrinkles.... I'll probably sacrifice the smile....

the_ashlands's picture
the_ashlands
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really? your life must suck then.

copycomoelcopi's picture
copycomoelcopi
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Ooooooooooh…

addyhoch10's picture
addyhoch10
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i would tend to choose the fresh smile rather then a lot of wrinkles... ;P

the_ashlands's picture
the_ashlands
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that would mean you would become a smileless person tho...smiley happy people are better than boring smileless wrinkle free robots.

Lobna's picture
Lobna
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agree

jennywhx's picture
jennywhx
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hum........a unique one

braindrain's picture
braindrain
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Not world-changing, but a nice, warm approach. At least it's not another toothpaste ad that dramatizes how blindingly brilliant it will make your smile.

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deadline-walking
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Correct me if i am wrong but don't u think laugh lines(wrinkles)appear on both sides of the lips, unless ofcourse we're talking 'bout smiling with eyes. try smiling a lot :)

gopalgoud's picture
gopalgoud
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whatever other people say, It is nice.

sheetalz's picture
sheetalz
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like it bosss...Gr8!

popdistortion's picture
popdistortion
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At first glance I thought it's another Dove ad. Surprised to see it's for toothpaste. Me likey.

justpassingby's picture
justpassingby
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what a fantastic insight, nice one Dominic Stallard & Clinton Manson. Very fresh

Capitalist's picture
Capitalist
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I like the thought behind this, i just have a bit of a problem with the execution, don't you think it would have worked better if they had a younger person compared to this matured lady? Because it can be argued that these are old age wrinkles, smile or no smile.

capfractal's picture
capfractal

the wrinkles are from a life time of smiles...yes? hense old age? a hapy old lady confident to smile with the lines to prove it..stop capitalising

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