If only fixing mistakes in the real world was as simple as the Ramasil Unigota Glue campaign suggests. Ctrl+Z is a quick fix in the world of computers, but if only there was an "Undo" command in life.
What these witty print ads by Lowe Ginkgo suggest is precisely an easy solution to big boo-boos that may include repairing broken broken vases, smashed ornaments and shattered teapots -- all usually impossible tasks. With tiny shards of bone china and porcelain missing, priceless pieces are rendered costless.
Given the possibility that you're able to retrieve every sliver, the Ramasil Unigota Glue campaign boasts the ability to adhere it all back together again, as if you had effortlessly opted for the Edit>Undo sequence on your computer.