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7th grader has a great future as an advertising copywriter.

(click, via )For a newspaper ad contest. First, steal from a "popular" (I hate it) campaign (this DIRECTV commercial). Next, apply exact same concept to new client. Bingo—you're a typical successful ad creative. You go, son. Previously: This 6th grader has a future as a Brand Specialist.
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