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  Reply # 300917 22-Feb-2010 10:06
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Pretty av.. But they have the desired effect hence a Geekzone post on the topic. Job done?

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  Reply # 300936 22-Feb-2010 11:07
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Tell you what is cool, the Vodafone $20 unlimited VF to VF calling on weekends on pre pay just found out about it today.



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  Reply # 300996 22-Feb-2010 13:56

Just do a Youtube, I saw these critters a year or so ago... was rather disturbing then, I still think it's disturbing to see them here!

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  Reply # 301265 22-Feb-2010 22:29
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just saw one of them now.

Ick. Does anyone else think its a bit creapy like the white blob things that tv2 used to use on kids shows?




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  Reply # 304946 5-Mar-2010 23:35
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TBH, I really like that facebook one and the Best mate one, those a really cool. :D. but that one with the lady prancing around the world like she's all that, makes me mad to be quite honest. lol.




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  Reply # 305280 7-Mar-2010 23:37
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I think overall they are very good, apart from the around the world and the facebook one. They certainly communicate to people of all ages and are currently the most catchy adverts on TV apart from those 97% whipped fruju? ones.

The facebook one reminds me of the slingshot characters.


oh, and these are a lot nicer to watch than some overweight middle aged man playing vollyball in their birthday suit as were 'treated' to some years ago.

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