Ad Nut
May 13, 2015

Doggies vs babies: Shameless but irresistable

From the US: 'Doggies vs. babies' for Big Lots by OKRP

Doggies vs babies: Shameless but irresistable

No one will call it brave or accuse it of changing society, but 'Doggies vs babies' will probably work quite well for hardware retailer Big Lots, which wants people to declare themselves to be part of #TeamDoggies or #TeamBabies. Even Ad Nut—who is no fan dogs, those evil, murderous beasts—can resist the cute overload here.

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