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Mini Launches Cheeky Horsemeat Themed Ad.

Tech & Branding

The company has jumped on the horse drawn bandwagon with this advert for their new roadster. The advertisement is the first to be made for the company by their new agency Iris Worldwide.

The mystery meat scandal has really highlighted how removed we have become from the process of manufacturing and preparing food. It now takes a whole team of scientists to discover that the delicious chicken wings we have been chowing down on for the past 10 years are in fact, ostrich vaginas. However, it does provide good material for high quality tongue in cheek advertising like this.

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