Snickers campaign gets Mexican-style spoof
Why should English speakers have all the fun in lampooning the current Snickers campaign? These Mexican-style spoofs showed up in our inbox last week. We had to get an explanation from the guy at The Vidal Partnership who sent them. Can you translate them?
—Posted by Tim Nudd
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