IKEA totally makes fun of Apple in Its Hilarious New Ad


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6 Comments

  1. At first I didn’t get it, but when I reread the title of your post, it made me laugh. I just wish commercials like this one can be accepted in the Philippines where you can create an ad that obviously targeting another brand, if you know what I mean.

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  2. This commercial made me laugh. I agree to certain extent on the idea of commercials like that be acceptable in our country. It makes the industries more… interesting. But then again, there’s a chance that some companies may go overboard in using this method and may end up tarnishing or destroying the image of the rival company (imagine how that would suck for the targeted company). I guess this is why it’s not allowed in the Philippines? Well, it is for the protection of the companies from one another… at least that’s what I think?

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