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 Fen said on March 31st, 2006

I really like this one.

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 Art said on April 1st, 2006

Excellent excellent excellent. Really breaks out of the boring food advertisements mould.

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 sheepboy said on April 1st, 2006

Yeah, nice concept.

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 Saleh EG said on April 1st, 2006

brilliant!

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 Brandon said on April 1st, 2006

Hilarious! I’m still laughing after watching it three times. That’s the kind of thing I expected to see during the SuperBowl, but didn’t.

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 kit said on April 3rd, 2006

Personally, I liked it a lot. They must be banking on the fact that the people horrified and offended by the apparent f-bomb dropping aren’t their target market. Even though the payoff is the realization that the word was never uttered, the insinuation is probably enough to turn off those of the older persuasion. But most grannies make dinner themselves, and if you place it properly they’ll never see it anyway.

Wonder if they’ll back this campaign up with any print or billboards.

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 susann said on May 27th, 2006

f……. great.
wish there would be more out there like this.

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 FUJ said on December 3rd, 2006

gotta like that!

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