Old Spice and the Portland-based ad agency Wieden + Kennedy have teamed up again for its latest digital campaign "Believe in Your Smellf," which features a web-based video game starring the retired NBA star Dikembe Mutombo who must save the world from the Mayans' doomsday prophecy by taking on a series of odd missions like stopping Americans from dancing to "Gangnam Style" and defending the planet from the invasion of mysterious monster-like creatures known as "Blurgies." Click here to play now!
An online classified ad offering Shanghai women as much as 3,000 yuan ($588) per day to "test condoms" while having sexual activity with men was removed from Baixing.com, the Chinese equivalent of Craigslist, after netizens on Weibo began speculating that it could be a recruiting advertisement for prostitution. According to the Youth Daily's interview with an employee of the condom manufacturing company, normally machines are used to test condoms but the firm can't afford to buy as many as they would need. On a side note, human condom testing has been offered as a job in other parts of the world.
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