In Dakota Fanning’s new movie ‘Push,’ her character can see the future, but only after she’s intoxicated. Clairvoyance isn’t necessarily a negative consequence of drinking, but many of the innovations below are.
From dangerous drunk driving to drunk texting, dialing and e-mailing, advertisers’ message is quite clear: Don’t do anything important after you’ve begun drinking. The articles in the slideshow below are a curious juxtaposition to ‘Push,’ since Dakota Fanning can only see the future and save the world after becoming drunk.
From Dakota Fanning's Booze-Aided Clairvoyance to Drunk Driving
Tax Funded Freebies for Drunks
Free Flip Flops in England
A Drunk Jeff Goldblum for Apple iMac
Drunk Tilted Room Sketch
LG Breathalyzer cellphone
End Of Drunk Dialing
Trapping Alcoholics in Glasses
Anti-Bing Drinking Campaign: Was It Worth It?
Drunk E-Mail Prevention Tools
Google Mail Goggles
Googly-Eyed VW Beetle Reminds Germans Not to DWI
Watch Yourself Drunk With This Anti-Binge Campaign
Backwards Awareness Commercials
Anti Binge Drinking PSAs
Bleeding Drink Coasters
Mumbai Traffic Police Combat Drunk Driving
Everything on Wheels
Toyota Drunk Driving Ads
Suicidal Anti Drinking & Driving Ads
"It's Like Killing Yourself"
A Night to Remember or Forget ?
Ugly Drunk Scenarios
Maktub Ads Encourage Drinking at Home