The Perlorian Brothers – Social Farter


I’ve recently had this idea to change the word “work” to “fuck”. It’s a play on words to call out the people in this world that are always just too busy to do anything worthwhile or fun… the people that always have excuses to not go skiing, or to not grab a drink or to NOT hang out. No no no no no. They are wrapped into their own world of being too busy… “working” all the time.

In your reply to these non-existent people in our lives… swap “work” to “fuck” and see how long it takes them to understand what you are doing.

“Ohhh, I’m sorry you fuck from 9 to 5.”
“You have to fuck on the weekends!?”
“You fuck all the time.”
“Well, when your done fucking – maybe we can hang out.”

The way I envision the advertisement for our public service campaign about getting people out of the office in their mind — would be a mix between Budlight – Swear Jar and the above beautiful ad I found today from The Perlorian Brothers [Vimeo], [Facebook – 2321].

The Social Farter is a genius PSA by the Canadian Ministry of Health’s Quit the Denial campaign.

[Quit the Denial – Social Farting] <— 346 [Quit the Denial – Social Nibbler] <— 10 views [Quit the Denial – Social Earwax Picker] <— 15 views I found these while researching old advertising methods and came across Calvin Cline’s 1980 campaign with Brooke Shields when she was 15 years old.

Happy 420 Bob Barker

[YouTubeUlar] <— 2,675,194 Happy 420 Bob Barker. I miss you on the price is right.

“On this episode of The Price Is Right contestant Evan Goding does what he’s waited for his whole life. He makes it up to contestants row and bids 420. Not just once. A bunch of times. The crowd loves him and at one point he even makes Barker blush.”


Olde Payphone – Portrait of an Instagram Artist

[YouTubeUlar] <— 50,301 (ad driven) Erik Jorgensen: "Who doesnt love a like!" Hydle: "ohhh, douchebag from jersey shore... go back to your android"
“I want people to look at my artwork… and see that the little things in life that people say – Hey that’s stupid. And take a look at it again and say – Hey, it’s not so stupid now that it has that filter on it.”