Weekly Ad Roundup: The Good, The Bad And (Wait For It) A Pregnant Man

Weekly Ad Roundup: The Good, The Bad And (Wait For It) A Pregnant Man

This week’s roundup B&T has discovered a very pregnant man, the children born on 11/09/2001 and Cara Delevingne looking damn fine!

The Good

The non-profit organisation, 9/11 Day, has released a campaign urging Americans to do good deeds on the 14th anniversary of the terrorist attack.

Advertising agency Grey New York created the piece featuring children who were born on September 11, 2001, the day of the attacks.

The Pregnant Man

This stinky ad for Fiber One ad by Saatchi & Saatchi New York relates pregnancy to the experience of holding in a big fart. Fun fact: Michael Bolton is belting out his tune I Just Can’t Wait to Meet You, which is an amazing way to talk about farting and pregnancy.

Check out the ‘behind the scenes’ video of Bolton being told what the ad is really about:

The Sexy

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Supermodel, actress and failed interviewer Cara Delevingne has posed for Yves Saint Laurent Beauté’s Rouge Pur Couture wearing lipstick and not a lot else. The photo shoot took place before Delevingne quit modelling to pursue her career in acting.

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