I see what you did there.Reblogged Via: AD TEACHINGS Source: nevver
Nobody’s immune to breast cancer. Ace idea out of DDB, Maputo, Mozambique. I love playing on the thought that everyone thinks it won’t happen to them, and using icons to convey so much of that insight.
Huh. Well the nerd in me appreciates the cleverness of this.Reblogged Via: HELLO YOU CREATIVES Source: poptartcreative
Steve Jobs 1955-2011
After a long battle with pancreatic cancer, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has passed away. As is tradition on my blog, he has been immortalized as a Jedi spirit.
To many, Steve Jobs was a hard man to like. His arrogance and poor tact often gave a cold impression to those who interacted with him. But I think his saving grace was that he made no apologies and used these traits to the benefit of his company and to innovate products that were often unsurpassed.
He took a fledgling computer company and turned it into one of the most powerful brands in the world. He was an intellectual giant that accepted nothing less than perfection. He raised the bar for the technology industry time and time again.
Whether you use Apple products or not, his influence has made your life easier and more productive. It’s astounding to think of all he had a hand in creating. He changed the way we listen to music, create music, watch movies, create movies. The way we communicate, socialize, get information, get from place to place. The way we shop, the way we kill time in spartan waiting rooms. Mobile phones are now nearly as powerful and functional as their PC counterparts. Technology is no longer is an eyesore. He proved to the world that our gadgets could be works of art.
Yes, he was a hard man to like, but I am grateful for all that he created.
One more thing…
Rest in peace, Mr. Jobs.
WHAT?!Reblogged Via: The Frogman
How Can She Breast Slap of the Day: Khemmikka Na Songkhla runs a non-invasive breast augmentation clinic with the government’s blessing.
Did I say non-invasive breast augmentation? I sure did: No knives are involved in Khemmikka’s procedure — just a good ol’ fashioned breast slap.
The 44-year-old Bangkok-based beautician says her technique works — and she has a six-month Thai Health Ministry study to back her up.
A client’s claim that Khemmikka’s secret family slapping recipe caused her to develop breast cancer led to a government-funded study, which concluded that, not only did the slapping not cause cancer, but test subjects actually saw an increase in cup size.
Apparently, the unorthodox massage pushes chest fat into the breasts, making them seem larger. Khemmikka is willing to divulge her breast-slapping secrets, but it’ll cost ya: Her slapping courses start at $165,000.
What. The. %@#!.