Fake agency offers ads on hookers' thighs

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  1. DaveNJ

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    I think "Eat out Cindy" would have been a much more effective advertising campaign. Cunnilingus sells.
  2. rough1

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    I wonder if the Enron tatoo on my forehead is why people think I am a loser?
  3. Slinky Bender

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    I think ther actually was an agency who offered people money to permanently tatoo ads on their body someplace.
  4. cindyq11

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    Like I said before, should have gone down the street with a cardboard sign on my back which said "Eat at Cindy's".
  5. DaveNJ

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    There's gold in them there rolls.
  6. daengman

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    Maybe I should suggest that to my ex. she has more room on her thighs than a highway bill board.
  7. DaveNJ

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    I'll give this guy credit. At least he's creative. I wouldn't be surprised if someday someone actually tries to implement this.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20060705...ETTjd2s0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTA3NW1oMDRpBHNlYwM3NTc-


    Fake agency offers ads on hookers' thighs
    Wed Jul 5, 7:59 AM ET


    A Dutch design student bored with conventional advertisements has set up a fake online agency offering advertising space for beer, cars and TV stations on prostitutes' thighs and cleavage.

    On his website www.instoresnow.nl, Raoul Balai also proposed painting brand names on zoo animals and floating huge billboards off popular beaches to get vacationers' attention.

    "I was getting sick and tired of advertising everywhere," Balai told reporters. "But I don't want to preach, and I thought satire would work better."

    Far from taking his ideas as a joke, an Amsterdam zoo had its lawyer threaten Balai with a defamation suit after his website depicted fish from the zoo bearing the brand name of a frozen fish company.

    Prospective customers phoning his fake agency are kept on hold and bombarded with sales pitches until they give up.