Spoof Ad Exploding With Semen Euphemisms Turns Out Be Prostate Cancer Awareness Campaign

Spoof Ad Exploding With Semen Euphemisms Turns Out Be Prostate Cancer Awareness Campaign
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[Warning: article contains themes of a sexual nature that may cause offence to some readers] Most blokes rarely think too much about their prostate, but apparently it’s worth having it checked once you hit your mid 50s.

And to remind men to visit their GP for the dreaded “rubber glove”, three creatives in the US have come up with a book called Euphejisms that’s basically packed full of euphemisms for sperm.

Not only can you buy a copy of the book for $US15 (all proceeds to the American Prostate Cancer Foundation) but the trio have even made a bawdy TVC to promote it.

The campaign’s a side project and labour of love for Dustin Ballard, an ECD at Dallas-based agency The Richards Group, along with copywriter Jack Westerholt and creative director Andy Coulston.

Interestingly, the ad was shot by advertising students and stars actor Charles Barry reciting the funny but often vulgar names for the male seed.

Anyway, check out the fun below. But again, it’s a little on the fruity side. You have been warned.

 

 

 

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