Hairy hands always hunt for Cadbury candy
Publicis Mojo is behind the latest oddvertising candy ads—an Australian campaign that features the tarantula-like, disembodied "Hairy Hand," a feared predator that's out to steal your Cadbury Crunchie Rocks and Caramello Nibbles. "Maybe they do not bite, but they do pinch," says the voiceover, as we see a male Hairy Hand deliver a painful purple nurple to an office drone. A second spot, posted after the jump, features a female Hairy Hands, which are "five times more intelligent than the male Hairy Hand," with a nice manicure to boot. Via Illegal Advertising.
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