Snickers Roasts Lockdown Life In Witty New Work

Snickers Roasts Lockdown Life In Witty New Work
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Snickers has again got the laughs right in a new spot that makes fun of our lockdown lives.

Out of the US, the ad’s the work of creative agency BBDO New York and carries a similar message to its fabled “you’re not yourself” but this time asking: “Confused? Maybe You Just Need A Snickers.”

And not that the confectioner can see us coming out the pandemic mess anytime soon. It says it will run the spot on TV and social to the end of the year.

Check out the easy fun below:

 

 

 

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