Sit on the bus bench, and the scale reads out your weight (this is metric: she’s not 68 pounds), in big red digital numbers. It’s an ad for a gym in the Netherlands. Or what about a mirrored subway train ceiling-ad for hair restorers?
There are two more. All you have to do is scroll down, past the actual ads that
make it impossible to format horizontally oriented photographs on this site, despite my repeated requests for help are clever and useful in their own right, to see.
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This bus stop Coke billboard purports to use magnets that attract the metal in users’ pockets to ‘attract’ them to the product. I’m not sure it’s the real thing: credit cards and cell phones would crash, and I can see product liability suits lining up now. Do you suppose this guy (below) knows he’s a part of art?
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There are others, from the site Oddee.com , but be warned some are somewhat mature (or immature? -Ed.) and are NSFWMORE NEWS: No-Burn Order Extended Through Tuesday Evening For Much Of Southland