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 Kidkie said on September 4th, 2006

Can someone confirm that this is a real campaign that the company Pfizer bought? I have a hard time to believe it. Please prove me wrong.

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 Abdul said on September 4th, 2006

Holy! The ties a little distracting though. Not sure the second one works either.

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 Tani said on September 4th, 2006

These rather repulse me… not liking the cold blue of the pictures either.

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 olivier (marseille-france) said on September 4th, 2006

not an interesting creative work for me…

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 Smivey said on September 4th, 2006

Screams of spec, to me. I do like the placement of the slippers in the last one, though.

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 tango said on September 4th, 2006

Sorry, i don’t really got it~

Would anyone tell what does this ads for?

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 MeDeA_ said on September 4th, 2006

i think it’s really awful…

c’mon..the old lady with her baby?? it’s not funny!!!

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 Will said on September 4th, 2006

really bad drawings.

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 borbit said on September 5th, 2006

The placement of the slippers is indeed a nice detail

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 Deanna said on September 5th, 2006

I don’t get how the second one applies to men’s issues. Viagara doesn’t make old women able to bare children or breastfeed. That one is way off.

It’s a little creepy how young the women are in the other two – but hey too each his own. And perhaps this will make old men truely believe 20-something women will want to sleep with them. Much like Axe body spray will get you a threesome.

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 theSarjent said on September 12th, 2006

It’s hovering a little on that fine line of good taste, but I kinda like it, in a way. It would certainly get my attention. And old women have had babies, not sure if by natural means though (sorry viagra). I think I’d like it more if it was photographed??

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 Zoe said on September 13th, 2006

I have check the website and get the idea that “Viagre” is the brand of medicine curing impotence. Therefore the idea is trying to stimulate men and family to know about the product. but frankly, it’s a bit weird to use such a idea although the illustration is so pretty and delicated.

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 Linda Right said on September 26th, 2006

Let it be, let it be… What a strange place here.

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 paddy deol said on July 4th, 2009

If these ads are targeted at people with grey cells i rate them excellent, but if they are for commoners then they wouldn’t be understood by them. good creative thinking though.

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 Anna said on July 27th, 2009

Interesting idea but I’m not sure it would work

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 Beth Sowell said on December 16th, 2009

You know, I hate those! I have to agree with another comment above…the cold blue makes them seem hard to relate to. I also think the old woman with the baby was just stupid. If Pfizer really paid for these ads, someone needs to be fired up there.

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