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Where did you find that and what is it, I need more information?
 

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I had already forgotten the specific thing being advertised as being as soft as **** within a couple seconds after I seeing the ad. That's a bad advertisement from the perspective of the company paying for the advertising. But "Nothing Sucks Like an Electrolux" - I might remember that the rest of my life. Except that I don't have any memory of that from the 70s, a decade that finished with me turning 19. How could I have forgotten something like that?
 

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I’d like to see the marketing research that put that ad together. 🤯
strange though this may be this , apparently (I had to look it up), signals a major shift in what we consider the planetarian culture

after years and years of " western, predominately American " cultural" domination , Chinese culture and in particular the Youth subculture makes its mark in the world of advertising.


This is called, 踩屎感.... which describes the " feeling to walk on ****e " , disgusting though it may appear to be to our eyes, this seems to be the summum of youth fashion subculture from China


Anyway, the " scatologic" language that never ceases to surprise me is very common for example in the NL, where one can affectionately refer to someone as poepje ( little ****) or scheetje ( little fart)

or to show someone's his place or show what you have got to someone is " een poepje laten ruiken " ( let them smell a little piece of ****), and this ( and many others are common expressions)



AND stepping on **** doesn't make your feet smell!....

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