Previously on Pinterest: HillBillary.
Journey back with us to a time when Baltimore's infamous Block was less likely to feature coke-addled strippers who knife you in back alleys and DIY ass implants from the trunk of a car. A street scene from the late 20's.
Other saucy posters of note: Mad Men poster decidedly nipple-free.
Previously moment of truth: Snips, snails, puppy dog tails
Well, they hate the commercial for one of its signature events, anyway. No ad would be complete without political trolls chiming in. Apparently the Tea Party is now meeting on YouTube.
Speaking of politicalness: The funniest political infographic ever; me hate you long time; Tea Party as ad campaign; Bob Ehrlich's campaign was boring as shit.
#34: Suggestive art direction in sexy-mag yardsale ads.
Bound and gagged: Book clock; finall, a reason to read; the Book of Me.
MGH's Run for Your Lives campaign was already unusual enough: Runners competing in a 5K must also flee from zombies through an obstacle course.
How do you top bat-shit crazy stunts like that?
How about taking out a full-page ad in the Wall Street Journal, offering to pay for one lucky person's funeral expenses if they agree to inscribe their tombstone with the Run for Your Lives URL?
Also dead and loving it: He knows if you are sleeping; he knows if you are dead; University keeps you safe from zombies; cross-braining.
Like a grisly cultural car accident, we can't look away from Elevation's Preakness ads. This one's not as refined as the beer cellar spot. Also, not as funny.
And was there ever any doubt Unicarl would be giving the flat screen the old in-out?
Other tales of man-horse debauchery: The horse your man could smell like; calling Kegasus.
Other shameless Baltimoreness: Baltimore-inspired T-sherts
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If we don’t know it’s out there, we can’t put it up for the city to see. We’re happy to give full credit or keep things anonymous.
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