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In the mood for Whatever and Anything?

Machine_farm Whatever soda, and its partner, Anything soda, sound like trite marketing gimmicks aimed at nostalgic Gen-Xers. But the stuff’s actually made in Singapore, where nostalgia may be illegal. It’s described as “a surprise in a can,” since the flavors (of which there are many) aren’t marked on the product. We’re surprised that some of JWT Sydney’s vending-machine artwork was approved, actually. Given the choice of receiving one’s beverage through a birth canal, a man’s ass or a magician’s hat, we’ll take the magician’s hat every day of the week. Sure, these ads are outlandish, but is this gem for Coke Zero really that much different? Via Ads of the World.

—Posted by David Kiefaber

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