Canadian anti-smoking commercial

2020-02-24 16:56

Jun 01, 2000  OBJECTIVE To assist in planning antismoking advertising that targets youth. Using five US state campaigns, one US research study, and a Canadian initiative as exemplars, an attempt is made to explain why certain advertising campaigns have been more cost effective than others in terms of reducing adolescent smoking prevalence. Several factors which prior research and theory suggestPassing gas is cool, as long as you do it socially. Ornot. Social smoking is as ridiculous as social farting, is the message behind a new televised antismoking ad, by the Canadian campaign Quit The Denial. In the video (below, if you can stomach it), a girl lets one rip at a party, but explains that she doesn't personally identify with the rancid habit. canadian anti-smoking commercial

I wouldnt call myself a farter. This one really made me laugh. A Canadian antismoking add, it shows how silly the idea of a social smoker really is. Along with all the same excuses put in a really funny way. Oh, and there is a lot of passing gas. So any 12yearold boys in the audience are sure to make it