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Ney Frances's picture
Ney Frances
Activity Score 660

a little bit forced, but sometimes i love to force a bit!

there´s is nothing like pushing the limits!

is there life before death?

chintan ruparel's picture
chintan ruparel
Activity Score 1516

reply to d ad - because this is written in bold, big letters which comes in my way while on th road!

im not sure whether i like it actually

~ old habits die hard, older ones never do ~

Ney Frances's picture
Ney Frances
Activity Score 660

this one is the faraway one, cause in Sth Africa these are taxis! the others are much more to the point!

is there life before death?

drizae's picture
Activity Score 503

Don't like it much.

Although, do they get a lot of that happening in South Africa? Because if people escaping taxis without paying was a genuine problem over there, then I like the ad a whole lot more.

Fail Harder.

me thinks's picture
me thinks
Activity Score 722

drizae, you're right. If we think that way, it does make sense.

Punker's picture
Activity Score 84

No, let me explain. These taxis are renowned for moving at high speeds. They also stop anywhere, and I mean ANYWHERE (no allocated drop off zones), to let a passenger off... and then they zoom off again at top speed... So - you need to get out quick. Although if you ask many S.Africans, just being in one of these is dangerous - they 'cause many accidents!

mrtalented's picture
Activity Score 2171

good but done before by TBWA\THAILAND a few years ago. that campaign shared the same concept and executions for even the same product. will try to find the images to share.

Desi's picture
Activity Score 1042

It's not the same as a cigeratte warning. You have to be a chain smoker for several decades before you can die, so the comparison just doesn't work.

Ney Frances's picture
Ney Frances
Activity Score 660

if you jump from a running taxi you can stay alive eighter!

is there life before death?

Disco Munky's picture
Disco Munky
Activity Score 3890

Only problem with this is it gives the reader a way out.

If you're going to ignore a warning of death on a cigarette pack, when the time comes to jump out of a moving taxi you'll probably ignore that too.


Doin' it for the points

Killer Kowalski's picture
Killer Kowalski
Activity Score 394

I think it a good campaign: it just shows how amazingly absurd it is, that we have to put notes like this on a cigarette packet because it should be obvious to everyone. So it does make a point, eventhough there's a rub in it cause stepping in front of a bus or jumping out of a moving car/taxi kills you imideatly while smoking kills you slowly and not even everyone who does it (my grandpa is 96 and he smoked for 45 years...). But I like it.