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Nestlé Creates Ad For Dogs

Nestlé aired a pet food ad on Austrian television that consisted of blips and high-pitched noises meant to attract dogs. What do you think?

  • "My dog is way too jaded by our society's rampant commercialism to ever fall for a commercial like that."

    Dale Kilmister
    Systems Analyst
  • “I guess it does make sense to target one of the few demographics with zero percent unemployment.”

    Petra Wallis
    Relay-Shop Supervisor
  • "Wouldn't they have more luck if they put a sexy lady dog in the ad?"

    Kevin Fox
    Wash Operator
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