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AdFreak's Top 50 Stories of 2011: No. 50-41 Sinéad O'Connor's personal ad, Abercrombie vs. The Situation, and the best used-snowblower pitch ever

It's been a crazy year on AdFreak. This week, we're counting down the 50 most-read stories on the blog in 2011 (not counting the features shown in the sidebar). We begin today with No. 50 down to No. 41. Check back all this week as we count down to No. 1.

Macy's Mistakenly Congratulates Miami Heat in Newspaper Ads50
Used-Snowblower Ad Takes Canada by Storm49
Summer's Eve Talking-Vagina Ads Aren't Racist, Says Agency48
Osama Bin Laden Sold Condoms, Among Other Things47
Jonathan's Card: Cool Social Experiment or Starbucks Marketing Stunt?46
Jell-O Pudding's NYC Billboard Is Powered by Twitter45
Twitter's Qwikster Won't Give In to Netflix Without a Fight44
Abercrombie & Fitch Will Pay 'The Situation' to Stop Wearing Its Clothes43
Sinéad O'Connor Seeks Sex Partner in Personal Ad42
Infographic: How Drunk Can You Get at Your Office Holiday Party?41

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AdFreak's Top 50 Stories of 2011: No. 40-31

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