Ads from the Philippines are gaining eccentricity at the speed of light (enough to rival Thai advertising, perhaps.
Proof of the advertising coming from the Philippines has been covered in a thick patina of madness in recent months (perhaps as a result of the pandemic) is the latest announcement from Mega , which sells the benefits of its Spanish-style tuna cans in an Austria Phone Number List extraordinarily delusional way .
The spot begins with the scene of a woman opening a can of Mega , throwing its tasty content on a plate and devouring it with great delight.
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The scene is contemplated from the ceiling by a small lizard, who seems to lick his lips with pleasure at what his eyes see , so much so that the reptile and the woman end up exchanging roles. The scene turns around and it is the lizard who voraciously swallows the contents of Mega’s tuna cans while the woman contemplates the scene from the ground in stunned state.
It is difficult to unravel the meaning of such a bizarre spot, but the truth is that the ad in question is signed by the GIGIL agency , the same one that a few months ago left us totally elated with .
Be that as it may, the truth is that Mega’s new ad is running like wildfire on the network of networks, where it has reached viral status (and where Filipinos are entertaining it with comments such as “WTF” or “anuna”, the typical expressions used in the Asian country by Generation Z to describe what is alien to any rational explanation).
Only the “claim” that completes the ad, “Mainngit sil asa sarap!” (Everybody wants it), it provides some sort of explanation (though not entirely satisfactory) to the latest insane creation of Mega and GIGIL.