As demonstrated by some recent studies and observations, there is an increasingly important number of men affected by infertility. A percentage of these men may have been exposed to certain drugs or chemical substances that gradually decreased their ability to procreate. This commercial is part of Greenpeace's latest efforts in France to promote awareness of this truly sensitive issue. You might also want to see the website www.vigitox.com for more information. (Thanks, SendToFriend!)

The super says : "Some chemical substances may reduce male fertility".



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Watch the ad first, then read the commentary. You need the full surprise effect.



Nice isn't it? An excellent ad from agency Duval Guillaume Brussels for the Minderheden Forum (Minority Forum), an organization devoted to the integration of minorities inside communities. This spot outlines the fact that ethnic minorities often deploy commendable efforts to integrate themselves to their society of adoption, but often face prejudices and incomprehension. (Thanks, Best Ads On TV!)



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FIRDAY TEE-VEEs: XBox (0)

Friday, November 10, 2006 by , under , , , , , ,

Here's Xbox's take on hide and seek, or if you prefer, cops and robbers.



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Wow. What was that? From agency 72andsunny.



Someone in this YouTube movie's comments said: "I guess that what they want to say is "Share what you like with others". Well, dear friends, this is a classic case where the form vastly overshadows the function.



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FRIDAY TEE-VEEs: Smart (0)

Friday, November 10, 2006 by , under , , , , , , , , , ,

In other news, here's BBDO Germany bashing on backseats in their latest commercial for the Mercedes SMART. Another semi-expensive commercial designed to entertain the consumer, and provide a semi-valuable excuse for the SMART's absence of backseats. (Thanks, Advertising for Peanuts!)



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Dominos Pizza have this history of sometimes hitting our funny bones, sometimes not. In this case, you be the judge. Here's a spot from JWT New York, directed by the Perlorian Brothers, titled "Nana". Enjoy. (Thanks, Advertising for Peanuts!)



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