FREAKY AD MOMENTS OF 2007, Vote #7: Gay ‘Last Supper,’ dog butts, pretzel girl
Freakiest Advertising Moment of 2007: Round 1, Vote 7.
See all previous votes here.
Here’s the 64-team bracket.
Here are contenders 25 through 28.
25. San Francisco’s gay Last Supper ad. The Folsom Street Fair came up with a new take on Da Vinci’s The Last Supper, replete with lots of muscles and lots of S&M gear.
26. Method’s clean-floor sex romp. This banner ad for a floor cleaner showed the sexual advantages of doing the housework properly.
27. Stanley Steemer dog-butt scuttle. Itchy dog butt gone and messed up you nice clean rug? Stanley Steemer to the rescue.
28. Auntie Anne’s pretzel girl. The pretzel company finds a sad yet hopeful contortionist to sell its grub.
Vote below for the freakiest of the four. Voting goes until 11 p.m. EST Tuesday night, and the winner advances to Round 2.
UPDATE: The dog butt skids into Round 2 with the win. See the voting results here.
—Posted by Tim Nudd
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