Weekly Ad Round-Up: The Good, The Bad And More Balls Stories

Weekly Ad Round-Up: The Good, The Bad And More Balls Stories
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an ad about boob sweat, passive aggressive Airbnb ads and round two of Bond’s talking balls, it’s been a busy week at the B&T office. Check out the best and the worst ads of the week.

The Good

An ad about boob sweat.

In a press release, Goodwipes president Charlie Siciak said: “whether you’re in a crowded elevator at Comic Con or forgot you had no running hot water, Goodwipes is the answer to the question…how the heck do I not feel like a slimy bowl of beef consommé sitting out for three-days?”

The Bad

Airbnb has apologised for a series of passive aggressive outdoor ads in San Francisco that suggested how the city should spend the $12 million in hotel taxes that the hotel disruptors pays each year.

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A spokesman for Airbnb, confirmed the company would remove the ads immediately: “The intent was to show the hotel tax contribution from our hosts and guests, which is roughly $1 million per month”. Airbnb tweeted:

The Balls

Part two of Clemenger BBDO’s hilarious Bonds underwear ad about a pair of chatty balls is here.

A third and final spot is expected in another week. Click here to check out part one.

 

 

 

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