Weekly Ad Roundup: The Good, The Bad And The Chicken Dipper

Weekly Ad Roundup: The Good, The Bad And The Chicken Dipper
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This week it’s all about super fancy chicken dippers, a drone to find your friends and hipster beards, check out B&T’s weekly round up of advertising campaigns which are turning us on and off.

The Good

Ever had that terrible feeling when you’re at a festival and you lose all your friends?

AMV BBDO has collaborated with RSA & directing collective M.O.D filmed the commercial during the sold out first day of Wireless Festival 2015.

The Bad

Birds Eye Uk has come under some heat for its latest advertising campaign for ‘chicken dipper canapés’, the ad suggests turning chicken nuggets into canapés as a part of their “Mix Up Your Menu” Campaign.

Social media had a field day over the deep-fried nuggets of joy.

The Ugly

The Dollar Beard Club is a company which provides members with low-cost shipments of beard goop-balms, waxes, shampoos and oils. We don’t like this ad because no one on the office can grow a hipster beard.

If you see an ad which puts your knickers in a twist, tweet us @bandt

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