The guy wanted a walk-in fridge but instead he got a WALKING fridge, the reaction is still the same however.
Check out the first “walk-in fridge” ad here.
At first I was puzzled why these cute chicks were singing about mowing the lawn, then halfway it began to make sense. At the end, it was confirmed what they were singing about when the product came out.
A funny and great “manoeuver” by Bavaria on Heineken’s walk-in fridge advertisement. If you haven’t seen Heineken’s ad, watch it here first before you see below.
A 10-year old girl who has been making graffiti on the walls since the age of 8 has been hailed as the new “young and female” banksy, referring to the world’s most famous graffiti artist whose works are sought-after by celebrities.
Known as Solveig, the primary-school pupil spray-paints her creations onto walls left on a patch of wasteland near her home.
Graffiti artist experts have called her “the young Picasso of street art”, while magazine Graphotism said she was “a major talent”.
Solveig, the girl’s tag name and real first name, started painting her creations on special legal graffiti sites around Brighton, Sussex, at the age of eight.
So far she has created 20 large-works which are typified by their bold, clean and colourful style.
If only we have a legal place to do some graffiti, I would gladly ask my kid to unleash his creative side, while I will spray paint some anti-government rant on the other side.
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