Monday, June 14, 2010


(click ad, via) I'll let the agency press note that accompanied this badly Photoshopped ad for the Durex Play Ultra vibrating penis ring tell the story: "Durex Play Ultra provides 40 minutes of direct vibrating stimulation for both him and her. To demonstrate that Durex Play Ultra has a new, stronger, exceptionally powerful attached vibrating penis ring, we created a scene that talks both to the target audience’s sense of humour, as well as their functional needs. We see a house at night. The lights are on so we know people are at home. In the foreground, we see that their lit swimming pool is full of vibrations and ripples. As no one is in the pool, we know that the earth must literally be vibrating, causing the water to ripple and shake. Clearly, Durex Play Ultra’s vibrations are so strong that it has caused the ground to shake." Got that? Match this high-tech cock ring with the Durex tiny hands condom, and the earth will fucking move, baby. Agency: Morris Jones, South Africa.


Blogger Homage said...

Shouldn't the astoundingly subpar Photoshopping have been done in such a way that the astoundingly subpar ripples were emanating from the house, not the center of the pool? I mean, I realize this is astoundingly subpar Photoshop, not Advanced Cock Ring Physics or what have you, but let's have some standards.

1:28 PM  
Blogger Doug said...

Also, shouldn't the light in the bedroom be on, rather than downstairs? I mean, sure people do hump in the kitchen, but that house looks "awake"

6:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love press releases that have to explain the shitty concept. You should have special category.

9:56 PM  

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