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You need a 14-year-old boy

Every so often companies get in trouble for an ad campaign that has some dirty double entendre. Sometimes they do it on purpose, but usually they miss it. Because mature professionals aren’t looking for crude sex references in everything.

Maybe you need a teenager or frat guy to help avoid unintentional scandal or offence.

A few examples:

The power to do

Planternutpoppersoriginal

Coors Light Iced T
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  1. James Young August 27, 2014 at 10:30 am #

    It is almost like the Susan Boyle Album Party hastag: #Susanalbumparty: #SusAnalBumParty that went viral. A wise author once wrote “Real People make Real Mistakes.” Sometimes, it would be best to have teenage kids in the house proof your work. Great post!

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