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AdFreak Editor — Adweek

Creative editor @Adweek @AdFreak. Attempted Mainer. An eye for an eye, that's what Dad always says.

Why Jolly Rancher and Anomaly Are Telling Frustrated Millennials to 'Keep on Sucking!'

adweek.com — Some things in life unquestionably suck. Middle seats. Traffic jams. Rain delays. And young people, due to their limited means, are forced to put with even more things that suck. Student loans. Roommates. Shaky job prospects. All of which led Jolly Rancher to the insight for its new campaign aimed at 18- to 24-year-olds.

Google Used Clickable Paper in Posters Asking People Which Nonprofits It Should Fund

adweek.com — The nonprofits competing in the second Google Impact Challenge have some pretty innovative ideas for how to make the Bay Area a better place to live. And Google's method of soliciting votes for the contest is pretty cutting edge, too.

Victoria's Secret Ignored the Anger Over This Photo, So a Facebook Fan Fixed It (NSFW)

adweek.com — Is Victoria's Secret now trolling its Facebook fans with intentional Photoshop fails? Some seem to think so, after the lingerie brand posted a photo of a model who has clearly suffered the digital removal of a butt cheek. Eyebrows were particularly raised in this situation after VS captioned the photo: "Truly.
Oct 09, 2015

Victoria's Secret photoshopped out a model's butt cheek, then called the photo "cheeky." adweek.it/1jh0j78 pic.twitter.com/1zVClxY08K

Oct 09, 2015

@VictoriasSecret refused to fix ad showing a model with only one butt cheek so somebody on @facebook did it for them adweek.com/adfreak/victor…

Belize Offers a Free, Relaxing Vacation to Next Stressed-Out NFL Kicker to Miss

adweek.com — NFL kickers seem to be stressed out this season, as there's been a rash of missed kicks, including 18 this past week alone. But now, the country of Belize is here to help-offering a free bye-week trip to Belize to the next kicker who misses a field goal or extra point attempt.

The 10 Most Watched Ads on YouTube in September

adweek.com — EA Sports' "Play Beautiful" commercial for its FIFA 16 soccer video game squeaked past Google's video introducing its new logo, with H&M's artful "Close the Loop" not far behind, as Google and Adweek tallied up the YouTube Ads Leaderboard for September-ranking the month's most-watched ads.Honda returned to the Leaderboard for the first time since August 2013 with its PES-animated "Paper" spot from RPA.

The Sad, Painful Life of Two Testicles Improves Dramatically in This Hilarious Underwear Ad

adweek.com — Anthropomorphized testicles are nothing new in advertising. But Australian agency Clemenger BBDO in Melbourne offers a humorous new addition to the pantheon with this campaign for Bonds underwear-in which two balls banter about life down under, which gets markedly better with the arrival of the company's product.

Keep an Eye Out for the Painful Twist in UnitedHealthcare's Sweet Ad About Young Love

adweek.com — Leo Burnett and UnitedHealthcare had a big hit last spring with a commercial called "Our Song," in which a couple at home started passionately dancing-with disastrous results-when "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" came on the radio. Now, here's a follow-up spot that's also pretty light on its feet.

Tony the Tiger Helps Out a Prostitute in What Looks Like an Elaborate Prank Campaign

adweek.com — In what is surely an unauthorized prank campaign-and a brazenly offensive one at that-Kellogg's Frosted Flakes spokescat Tony the Tiger claims to have turned his attention to adults rather than kids, and has begun by helping out a 43-year-old, down-on-her-luck prostitute named Candy.

This Agency Just Welcomed Two New Hires by Turning Them Into Pez Dispensers

adweek.com — Ad agency Red Tettemer O'Connell + Partners has a tradition of welcoming new employees in unusual ways-like carving their faces into crayons or totem poles. But its latest new-hire stunt is particularly sweet: It fired up its 3-D printer and turned Ron Villacarillo and Ben Levy into Pez dispensers.
Oct 07, 2015

Both new hires will focus primarily on disgorging blocks of candy from the neck region. adweek.it/1OY0iSX pic.twitter.com/6XpiGkJXZU

JWT Turns the Black Bars on Vertical YouTube Videos Into Ad Space for Nonprofits

adweek.com — Turning every usable surface into marketing space is known as ad creep. But this YouTube project by J. Walter Thompson Brazil gets away with it-because the beneficiaries are nonprofits who generally don't have the budgets to advertise in existing paid media. When vertical videos are posted on YouTube, two black bars appear on each side.
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Oct 10, 2015

RT @LAGalaxy: Michael Bradley and Oribe Peralta exchanging Pasadena restaurant recommendations. #USAvMEX pic.twitter.com/ImjfEzhRw8

Oct 10, 2015

The only football game that matters this weekend. #USAvMEX

Oct 10, 2015

Three kids under 7 singing "Let's Marvin Gaye and Get It On" at full volume.

Oct 09, 2015

BBDO's first @Barbie ad. The setup is so good that the reveal is a bit deflating. adweek.it/1NuzV78 pic.twitter.com/xTOvmLXjog

Oct 09, 2015

Victoria's Secret photoshopped out a model's butt cheek, then called the photo "cheeky." adweek.it/1jh0j78 pic.twitter.com/1zVClxY08K

Oct 08, 2015

M&M's just announced a partnership with the 2016 movie X-Men: Apocalypse. pic.twitter.com/nHRtEvqqlC

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