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Mouse really asks for it in Euro's d-CON ads

Euro RSCG in New York produced the spots above for d-CON glue traps, starring a man in a mouse suit who shows off some intense rodent-acting chops. His line deliveries are borderline psychotic. "You disgust me," says a housewife as the varmint eats from a peanut-butter jar. "Prove it," he whispers disgustingly, doing just about the best Dirty Harry impression possible for a guy wearing mouse ears and a long curly tail. Of course, he might not be so cavalier if he found himself in the LowLow Cheese commercial below by Fallon London. A couple of glue traps might work with this guy, but I'd go with the several thousand old-fashioned snap traps.

—Posted by David Gianatasio

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