Kids shouldn't play with razor blades, matches, chainsaws, cleavers or pills. Unless, of course, they're made of Play-Doh . The eye-catching ads are from Singapore, which needs better broadband access if Play-Doh's still a viable time-waster there. Compare and contrast these ads with the German campaign for Becks modeling clay , which, as we all know, played the social-issues card and made the world a better place. The Play-Doh tagline: "Safe no matter what you make." The stuff's even non-toxic, though if kids do eat it, what they'll eventually make won't be appealing. Via Ugly Doggy . UPDATE: Hasbro says the ads were approved to run once  by a company employee in Singapore, but that the company will stop them from being submitted to any award shows.
—Posted by David Gianatasio
Modeling clay soothes the old antagonisms