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Billboards of Seduction

 
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Billboards of Seduction can only be placed where they won't cause a serious distraction to passing motorists. This is because they are very successful at their job, which is causing a distraction and seducing the unwary.

They advertise products in the usual and most successful way, ie by deploying images of female faces that have slightly larger than usual eyes, which create eye contact with their observers. That's all standard stuff, but the big difference is that the eyelids are linked to vanes which make them flutter in the wind, and cause the lips to swell, part slghtly and periodically pout.

xenzag, Sep 09 2012


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       I don't get it.
blissmiss, Sep 09 2012
  

       Not knowingly.
Lesser Spotted Kiwi, Sep 09 2012
  

       I have to stop reading into things then.
rcarty, Sep 10 2012
  

       How about a male windsock version for the ladies?
doctorremulac3, Sep 10 2012
  

       Some ladies like looking at other ladies....
xenzag, Sep 10 2012
  

       Hey, can't blame 'em.
doctorremulac3, Sep 10 2012
  

       I get it. A better idea: ads that are made entirely from material that's fluttering in the wind, vanes instead of pixels.
Inyuki, Sep 10 2012
  


 

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