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We've all heard, "An apple a day keeps the doctor a way." This video presents an entirely different perspective on how that single act could do so much more.



PSA of the Day is a feature series presenting a variety of notable public service announcements and cautionary messages.

Via: YouTube
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This sarcastic PSA video brought to you by Can Opener Studio offers a series of apologetic messages from the Millennial Generation for being unemployed, crippled by student loan debt and texting too much in an economy void of the manufacturing jobs that were once readily available for the baby boomers and their parents' generation.

Via: YouTube
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Can Opener Studio's Stephen Parkhurst sheds a light on the lesser known plights of working in the customer service industry in this parody of the It Gets Better Project.

Note: this video contains some WARNING language.

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Check out the latest parody of the Metro Trains Melbourne's PSA music video "Dumb Ways to Die" featuring your favorite video game characters! Created by the YouTube comedy sketch group Mega Steak Man.

Via: Reddit
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Members of the Rotary Club from the city of Blumenau, Brazil, teach a driver how to respect the crossing pedestrians in this public service advertisement for road safety.

Via: LaughPong
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YouTube comedy channel LaughPong presents its latest Mars rover parody of Melbourne Metro Train's viral PSA music video "Dumb Ways to Die."

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Africa for Norway is a mock PSA campaign launched by the Norwegian Students' and Academics' International Assistance Fund (SAIH) to raise global awareness of Western-centric stereotypes and cliché that often prevail in ads for relief funds in African countries. H/t goes to TheDailyDot.



PSA of the Day is a feature series presenting a variety of notable public service announcements, cautionary messages and even parodies.

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