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August 2, 2010 |
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This Coke ad ran in Australia during the 1980′s. For over a year, the blowjob went unnoticed. When Coke finally saw the hidden image, the artist was sued. These posters are now worth a mint if you can get your mouth hands on one.
I just think the guy that saw it first just finished a internet porn marathon or something. This is really not that obvious.
Wouldn't that graphic be consistent with their campaign at the time – "Have a Coke and a smile?"
Feel the curves…
…of her mouth
finding one of those posters would be a great way to get a head in life…
Being that there wasn't mainstream internet in the 1980's, he had to find a way to spread the porn somehow.
This was on 11 points last list.
Then why don't you take your whiny little ass and go back to 11 points!!!!
Yeah, coke does make you do things you regret later.
Discriminating bastards….Even ice cubes need love too….WTF am i the only one that has used coke and ice cubes in the bedroom before??
Carbonation doesn't just tingle the mouth, that's for sure.
"Mentos, the freshmaker"
Pop Rocks, I'll never look at them the same.
this came out in the mid 90's, had been around for about a month before an old lady noticed the image on the back of bus!!! Huge embarrassment for Coke, it ruined their whole campaign and cost them a fortune!! They tried to get all of the promo material back, but some folks, like my parents, kept 2 of them!! Still makes me laugh looking at it
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Excellent read, I just passed this onto a friend who was doing some research on that. And he actually bought me lunch as I found it for him smile Therefore let me rephrase that: Thanks for lunch! “Too much sanity may be madness. And maddest of all, to see life as it is and not as it should be” by Miguel de Cervantes.
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