Russia's First Viagra Commercial Uses Clever Representation

By: Chalaine Mantha - Published: • References: viagra & copyranter.blogspot
Finally, it is here! Russia's First Viagra commercial is arriving about ten years after the product's release. In Russia, residents are not allowed to mention the name of prescription drugs on television, so the makers of the commercial had to do a little improvising. The creators revamped an older Saudi Arabia commercial and added some catchy music that fits perfectly with the ad. Also added was a mention of the website get-hard.ru so that viewers can later log on and get the information they need.

Russia's First Viagra commercial is actually quite clever. Differently colored straws are used as phallic symbols to represent those on Viagra and those who are not. The commercial gets to the point without being offensive, and children seeing this ad will have no idea what it's about. Stats for Phallic Straw Ads Trending: Older & Mild
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