Postive Coke Advertisement

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by Lady Deathbane, Dec 31, 2012.

  1. I posted a pretty depressing and negative post before this concerning murders and whatnot and thought I should follow it up with something positive.

    "Security camera clips that make the news usually show bad things, but Coke decided to “look at the world a little differently” in this heartwarming viral video. They found security camera footage from around the world showing happy moments: people stealing kisses instead of possessions, dealing potato chips instead of drugs, and offering car assistance rather than road rage."

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  2. Was expecting an advertisement on why Cocaine is good for you. Pretty disappointed.
  3. :idontcare:
  4. Damn you! Took the words right out of my mouth :lol1:

    Good stuff though, the world would be a better place if the news showed more of this, and less of the crap.
  5. Great bit of marketing by Coke I must say. Nice wee advert that.
  6. This is awesome.
  7. The news is a television program concerned with ratings like every other show. People tune in to see the worst of humanity, not the best of it. Start a station called "Happy News Station" and show this kind of crap, keep a chart of the ratings and get back to me.
  8. Obviously they have to report on the bad stuff. I just would like it if they would include more of the "happy" news as well. If I could start a station though, it would definitely include "The Sideboob Hour".
  9. I like the way you think :vince:
  10. "three people were shot on the subway, two bros were caught hugging on security footage and don't forget the 6:30 sideboob bonanza right after we google images: rainbows while playing with cute puppies"
  11. Perfect! :happy:
  12. I love how the news starts with good morning and then tells you why it's not
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