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Hula hoopla helps sell U.K. snacks

This "DJ" spot for Hula Hoops snacks reminds me of Bugles' ads from my childhood, but with much more tactile dexterity. Moving your pinky and forefinger independently like that is hard, so props to him and his little potato chip turntable. Where on earth did he find those tiny headphones, though? They're the best part of the whole ad. If you think you can top them, Hula Hoops has a contest on its site where consumers can make similar finger puppet films to win a family trip to Hollywood. Remember, Hula Hoops can only be boobs once.

Posted by David Kiefaber

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