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Creative Duo Introduces David Cameron Porn

Prudish U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron wants to ban porn and “sexual propaganda aimed at minors” from the Internet in Britain. The controversial proposal has stirred up quite a debate in the U.K., with heated arguments from both sides.

Henrik Düfke & Felipe Montt, two advertising creatives based in London, have created the perfect solution: erasing the explicit content from pornographic films so the viewer can enjoy the plot and top-notch acting taking place between the sex scenes. Their site, www.cameronporn.com features both modern and vintage porn, with all the sex bits edited out. The results are predictably hilarious, and are a great way to satirize Cameron’s misguided attempts at censorship while reminding us just how ridiculous porn films are.

Some highlights include “El Diablo Loco,” featuring a Spanish-language devil eating chicken, along with some comical cuts; “Peeping Dwarfs,” which features, you guessed it, peeping dwarfs spying on Snow White (we’re guessing that Disney didn’t authorize this one); “A Handy Electrician,” which concludes with the line, “Oh my, let me take a look at it”; “Mum Joins The Party” with a hilarious cutscene and perhaps the worst acting on display in any of these films; “Help Me Doctor’s” bizarre, “Nurse, Ms. Lovelace is done with her bubbles”; and “One Large Pepperoni,” which is pretty self-explanatory. But we won’t give them all away, check out the videos on their website. Surprisingly safe for work.

 

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Wednesday Odds and Ends

-Former TBWA\Chiat\Day agency producer David Fisher, who spent nearly four years in all and worked on notable efforts including Spike Jonze‘s “I’m Here” short film for Absolut  at said agency, has joined Arnold’s New York office in the newly created role of director of integrated production.

-Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Times Square has tapped Bethesda, MD-based RP3 Agency as its agency of record without a review. RP3 replaces Manhattan’s Pekoe Group on the business.

-JWT has released a report that explores the global reach of the “American Dream.” link

-Coca-Cola would like viewers to takes sides in “Mirage,” the brand’s Super Bowl push from W+K that lets you determine in real-time which faction in :60 clip above is most deserving of a Coke (above). You’ll of course see the reveal during the game and in the meantime, weigh in on the microsite here.

-WPP boss Sir Martin Sorrell is now taking issue with recent decisions made by British Prime Minister, David Cameron. link

-Director Jamie Travis has joined bi-coastal commercial/online production company Interrogate for U.S. representation.

-Can a beleaguered Best Buy be saved by its Amy Poehler-starring Super Bowl spot? link

-Google’s Q4 report included a 19 percent ad revenue rise and a six percent ad price drop. link

Thursday Morning Stir

-Optimedia appointed former OMD exec Jason Hoffman to the newly created position of SVP, digital, which calls for him to oversee the agency’s New York digital ops and work with clients including the BBC, British Airways, Pizza Hut and Purina.

-Ex-Arc London managing director Diana Cawley has joined Cheil Worldwide as head of global retail.

-The makers of Spam have decided to fork over a cool $700 million to purchase Skippy peanut butter from Unilever. link

-The president of Argentina brings up the Falkland Islands in a strongly worded newspaper ad directed at British Prime Minister David Cameron. link

-For those who are tired of the “hilarious” banter between Peyton Manning and John Schnatter in those Papa John’s ads, there’s always the more fun Russian version featuring a couple of NBA ex-pats (above). link

-Mondelez, the company formed as the result of Kraft splitting into two, has announced the nine selected start-ups which will be participating in its Mobile Futures program. link

Thursday Morning Stir

-Tribal DDB Dallas alum Wes Beyrent moved over to Publicis’s office in Cowboy country to serve as VP, director of creative technology.

-British Airways is recruiting pilots via YouTube. Hey, it worked for Journey (above). link

-Seattle shop Wexley School for Girls was named AOR for Mexican fast food chain, Taco Del Mar.

-Timothy Prunk joined Epsilon Targeting as EVP of sales.

-British prime minister David Cameron wants to ban suspected rioters from using social media. link