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Posted by Creative Review, 7 November 2012, 15:40    Permalink    Comments (6)

We're a little late in posting this but what the hey, it's funny. Fallon's Stay Firm and Fresh ad for PETA promotes the idea that going veggie does wonders for your sex drive with some amusingly-shaped legumes. Sort of NSFW

That's Life anyone? Or, for the more highbrow, Sarah Lucas?

Agency: Fallon London
Creative Team: Manu Diaz, Gonza Delgado
Creative Directors: Sam Hibbard, Dan Watts
Director: Sam Peacock
Production Company: Stink

 

 

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6 Comments

I will never eat a vegetable again.
Martin
2012-11-07 16:15:22


They look like cocks.
Alistair Hall
2012-11-07 16:29:07


lies told by men and women with small dysfunctional penises.
Davis
2012-11-07 21:11:56


Hilarious.
Steph D
2012-11-07 23:30:02


Unfortunately all this says go Vegan and look like a dick.
Mark
2012-11-08 08:53:16


I hope mark is being sarcastic. This is awesome. The prudes in my country would never allow this to air.
Well done.
newman
2012-11-09 23:48:38


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