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justpassingby's picture

i knw what theyre TRYING to say but this image says more "pole up your ass" than witch

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ivan's picture

Neither. This is the way people teach their kids to ride the bicycle in the former communist countries. ;)

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Barkach's picture

Harry Potter just got new rides

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Get-a-Fix's picture

So this is a witch's broomstick? And then you have...Suzuki motorcycles school...

And what exactly does that suggest?

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Saeed Salem's picture

the stick prevents from flipping and falling on your head...

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bartwhite's picture

Yes, it is the way to teach kids to ride the bicycle. Very popular. Actually we wondered if it's only eastern europe or international insight...

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justpassingby's picture

Ahhhhhhh, than it makes sense for Poland. I guess a more international idea would be to show the extra 2 wheels on the side (tricycle) that you get on a kids bike.

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Filipe's picture

The extra 2 wheels, would be 'more international' and more obvious.

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chinaski's picture

old school.
i second that justpassingby.

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To an Indian it would look like a cop motor cycle as a lot of them carry a cane like this one (bot not really shoved up the arse of the bike).

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gienel's picture

wow this is what you call a very bad taste

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Battaman's picture

i don't know what for a problem you guys have with it!!? for me, it's clear and i like it! it's like the carrying wheels for kids. it's not spectacular, but nice!

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Guest's picture

you like it because you understand the idiom used here pal. simple as that. and there's nothing not to understand why others don't understand it. it's simply a local idiom.

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Good work guys!

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TRICKY's picture

in fact this is how you teach flying orbituaries using the pole on the model aircraft ...very intelligent to see it on the mototrbike

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bknowlden's picture

Would've worked better with training wheels.

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Guest No 1.346.971.005.321.375's picture

stick a fork in their asses and turn them over, they're done.

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panasit's picture

If I have to read the comments to get the ad, it's a bad ad.

Bikers in Hogwarts-like setting would be a better idea.

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--good idea is enemy of great idea

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You don't get the ad because you aren't Polish. If they would impose this ad as a global ad then you are right.

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V's picture

training wheels guys.. why complicate perceptions with a stick up the butt?

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Great work that perfectly suits the Polish market.

My only comment is that the photography is too clean. This is a perfect shot for a catalog but I would have liked a bit more mood for the ad.

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hadrianapolis's picture

Ahaha... Idiotic

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Tero Ylitalo's picture

It's a motorcycle-lollipop!

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Rog's picture

Like it. Dissarmingly simple. Go Poles! :)

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>>>> That's not an ad. THIS is an ad.

MMM's picture

Regardless of what the rationale is, I have to go with 'stick up the arse'.

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