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The most ridiculous and funny adverts, according to us

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15:30 PM | 17 July 2017
by Tijen Butler
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Adverts should be memorable, and it's usually the funny and ridiculous adverts that stick with us. We put together a list of our favourite funny adverts of all time.

The latest discussion in our office was about the most ridiculous and funny adverts we’ve ever seen.

I asked my colleagues about their favourite adverts and I thought it would be rude not to share our picks with you all.


Don picked Oragina’s ad of the insane human-animals. Does it ring any bells?


Next, Tom told me the craziest one he had seen was Reebok’s ‘giant belly advert’. I'd never seen it before so I went straight onto Youtube. The clip certainly does not disappoint.

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