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How fsat can you read this sentence?

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 8-01-2010 16:18 | Category: Road safety



Politia Romana: How fsat can you read this sentence?

No this headline isn’t a spelling mistake. And for the most of you the Romanian language is hard to read.
These two ads are from the Politia Romana, the Romanian Police.

Translation of the copy: “What if your life would depend on how fsat you can read this sentence?
If you drink, don’t drive!”

(thanks Constantin from oitzarisme for the translation)


Politia Romana: How fsat can you read this sentence?


Advertiser:
Politia Romana
Agency:
Mercury360
Additional credits:
Art Director: Ionut Rusu
Copywriter: Alexandru Malaescu
Creative Group Director: Liviu Turcanu







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