NO WAY that would run at home!
Wow, that is pretty shocking. But I think even American companies probably use local ad agencies in France. That was my conclusion when I saw this ad.
Unbelievable. The ad agency that came up with this is clearly, absurdly out of touch with reality, but what was Metro thinking by running this?
Mmm...I have so many sassy comments to leave. A couple of lines won't do. I'm less incensed and more curious as to whether I can get foreign jurisdiction to file a discrimination suit. I *might* settle for some cured meats or unpasteurized cheese...And I promise to share that with my other pork-loving, lactose intolerant people (like, maybe just David). Your small-eyed (sans the tape!) friend, Dina.
actually it seems creepy...delphine
This is just freaking ridiculous...things like this here don't even surprise me anymore. The problem is that the group targeted/mimicked by such ridiculous freaking campaigns have little to no economic power in France and, hence, wield little influence to fight against such...crap. I am really, really annoyed by that sh*t.Excuse my French, please...
This is so ridiculous I can't even be offended. And Dina, speak for yourself about "lactose intolerance." But I'm with 'ya on the pork, sister. Mmmm . . . Chinese sausage (I know what your were thinking when I said, "Chinese saugage" Amy -- get your mind out of the gutter!).
I wonder if these types of things are generally tolerated in Europe? People are just less sensitive? It just seems that it would have been the subject of the news networks for at least a day here across the pond.
I thought this was butterfly stiches at first. This is surprising. Just noticed you commented on my page long ago. Thanks. Its nice to know someone enjoyed my page. No blog from you in a while. Where you been?
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