Ad Nut
Aug 5, 2015

AAMI's 'sexy' fireman apparently irresistible despite bumbling

From Australia: 'Lucky in love' for AAMI by Ogilvy Melbourne

AAMI's 'sexy' fireman apparently irresistible despite bumbling

Ad Nut doesn't pretend to understand human mating rituals. Case in point, this series of ads for auto-insurer AAMI. What does this woman see in this apparent doofus?

To be fair, the characters in the series are recognizable and the vignettes are pleasant enough to grab attention long enough for delivery of the company's messages. And it's not nearly as annoying as the earlier Rhonda & Ketut saga.

Ad Nut has put the three videos containung this latest love story in chronological order for you. The newest one is at the bottom. 



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