Thursday, March 10, 2011

Argentinian Sprite commercial features lots of animals having sex in a bar.

(via) It's called Noah's bar. In this recent spot, you've got copulating elephants, turtles, monkeys, goats, hamsters, etc. And apparently, those are mostly real animals, not CGI. The payoff line says something about "we go slow"—I guess meaning that the young couple aren't ready to fuck yet? But I really have no idea what the idea is here. Maybe an Argentinian can explain it in the comments. Ad agency: Santo, Buenos Aires. Related: Here's a Caribbean Sprite billboard that made a bad fart joke.


Blogger Matias Glickman said...

Argentinian Copywriter at your service here... this is the last bit of this Sprite Campaign in which they took a twist in showing all the flaws/defects/faults of the "common" argentinian Teenager.

In this particular case the payoff "we go slow" means kids tend to be slower when it comes to have sex with someone else.

My opinion: I think Sprite is squeezing this particular lemon (this kind of advertising)a lot. This is getting old.
Besides it doesn't tells what reality tells (kids have sex really quickly these days)

Hope it's good. By the way, nice blog.

Matias Glickman

2:16 PM  
Blogger copyranter said...

Thank you, Matias.

2:30 PM  

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