Harnessing the Power of Political Notoriety

Wow! that is all I could say. Yesterday I was having a fleeting look at the newspaper when a news caught my eye. Curious as I was, I googled and saw it. Why don’t you look at it too.174800Wikileaksbutterflydoesntwikileaksanitarypadad thumb Harnessing the Power of Political Notoriety

This was what I read,

From Agence France Presse (hat tip: Black & Right): "Pakistani advertisers in the feminine hygiene business have harnessed the political notoriety of WikiLeaks to tell women that while the US State Department might leak, they don’t have to. Advertising sanitary pads on selected billboards in Pakistan’s financial capital Karachi, the latest catchphrase is: ‘WikiLeaks… Butterfly doesn’t’.

Internet is buzzing with the news. Jay-ar Mendoza at allvoices writes,

It’s the type of edgy, funny campaign you’d expect out of Madison Avenue, but the ad is actually the brainchild of a small Pakistani firm called RG Blue Communications, and it’s so far limited just to Karachi.

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  1. Haha, Funny!

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