Ad Nut
Jan 25, 2019

Gimma me a 'kworda pownda' and a 'lar tay'

DDB Sydney out-of-home campaign reflects the local dialect in Australia.

Not satisfed with calling itself Macca's in Australia, McDonald's is running a campaign that goes further into the idiosyncracies of 'strayan' language.

It took Ad Nut a fair bit of time to figure out what a "lar tay" might be, which perhaps indicates Ad Nut needs one about now.

Ad Nut was also tempted to make a gross joke about the lead singer of the Rolling Stones and the pronunciation of McNuggets, but will refrain. You're welcome.


DDB Sydney
Chief Creative Officer – Ben Welsh
Executive Creative Director – Tara Ford
Head of Art – Noah Regan
Art Director/Copywriter – Noah Regan
Copywriter - Matt Chandler
Managing Director – Priya Patel
Group Business Director – Lisa Hauptmann
Senior Business Manager – Catherine Cumming
Senior Business Manager – Andrew Inman
Senior Print Producer: John Wood
Senior Finished Artist: Jose Rodrigues

McDonald’s Australia
CMO – Jenni Dill
Director of Marketing - Jo Feeney
Group Brand Manager, Marketing - Amanda Nakad
Brand Manager, Marketing – Nichole Tsiros

Media: OMD

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