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Public given chance to win Galaxy S4 by staring directly at one for whole hour – with fun distractions!

In Zurich station a couple of weeks ago, Samsung offered members of the public the chance to win a free Galaxy S4 – provided they could keep their stare at a handset set into a branded standing board for precisely 60 minutes. Getting on for 3 million people have watched the video and you can see why. Samsung didn’t make ‘the S4 Stare Down’ easy though, trying to distract participants as they...

Burger King creates hands-free Whopper holder

Burger King has found a novel way to celebrate its 50th anniversary in Puerto Rico, by giving to its 50 most loyal members a plastic Whopper holder. Those with the highest number of points for the company’s loyalty card scheme received the device, which the user straps rather inelegantly onto their face.   Although Burger King claimed the tongue-in-cheek device would allow people to multi-task, the idea...

IRN-BRU also offers personalised cans in funny piggyback stunt – provided your name is Fanny

Poking fun at Coca-Cola’s enviably successful ‘Share a Coke’ named bottle campaign, Scottish favourite IRN-BRU has released its very own range of named drinks cans. Unfortunately, the personalised range extends only to one name: Fanny. A friend of mine recently told me a tale of woe in which he had to wait ages to get to a shop fridge, simply because people were faffing about trying to find their...

PBS mocks reality TV with cheeky print ad campaign

I like to think of myself as a pretty cultured girl. However, that’s not to say that if I’m sitting at home flipping through the TV channels and an episode of Masterchef/Storage Wars/Duck Dynasty/pick your favourite reality show comes on, I will likely stick around and watch. (And when I’m visiting friends across the pond, you know the first thing I do when I land is hit up 4oD to find out who...

Vaseline forged body armour made by artist

Everybody knows Vaseline protects your lips – but could it protect you in battle? Well, if you wanted to know the answer – you’re a step closer thanks to South Korean artist: Jung-ki Beak. Using the petroleum jelly, he’s crafted some armour pieces to serve as a metaphor for the protection that Vaseline can give your skin. Would you take on these greased up warriors? I wouldn’t...

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