Clever Anti-Abuse Ad That Only Children See

Submitted by: Jowsh 3 years ago Tech

Guess the cat"s out of the bag now.
There are 28 comments:
Male 275
stupid liberals (just tryin to fit in)
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Male 10,845
Well not so clever now that you revealed its secret.
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Male 1,243
monsterzero: messages ala 1984 "Call 111 if you see any thought crimes taking place, comrade!"
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Male 395
[quote]If this campaign goes well, what other types of "secret messages" will governments be giving to children in the future?[/quote]

government? wait until pedobear`s "Free Candy" vans implement it
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Female 4,349
migets and dwarfs will be wandering around going, WTF?
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Female 1,236
So the kid`s supposed to stop & write down the number? "Hold on, Fagin, I need to take down these digits" A nice effort, but needs fine-tuning.
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Male 3,578
cool tech form the 1910s
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Male 10,339
Now there`s a number to call if you don`t buy that child his XBox!

Parents! BUY THE XBOX!
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Male 101
What if your abuser is an angry midget?
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Female 1,540
It is a sad world we live in when something like this is thought up.
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Female 676
@Canoas

I know what you mean, but trying to put myself in the child`s place, I think that if I were out with my "aggressor" and saw that poster, I would assume they had seen everything I had seen. And since you can`t exactly call child abusers rational people, I`d be afraid of being punished for looking at it.
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Male 642
too bad that in spain child abuse by parents/adults is not that much of a problem, it`s the kids that hurt each other, rape each other, commit crimes and burn down their schools and generally are violent and disrespectful because they know that until they are 16 they can not be punished by law for their actions
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Male 3,745
text isn`t dark enough for the child and now the aggressor knows to avoid that failure of a poster.

good job losers.
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Male 358
@Evil Eye:
Exactly!
LOL
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Male 329
Not clever enough. I mean they did all this publicity to make sure adults know about the stunt... but how do kids who probably don`t watch the news to hear about this know that they are the only ones that can see it. Or explain to their parents who haven`t heard the news that they see beat up kids.
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Male 427
"LOL canoas, reading isn`t something that you just learn to do, and then it`s done. I knew the alphabet in Kindergarten, but I would hardly consider that the ability to read anything practical."
What do you mean consider it practical? The moment you learn to read then, by definition, you can read. It doesn`t matter if they use it or not, the moment a poster with a beaten up child catches their attention, and it will if someone`s hurting them, they will read what it says. They`re not going to think "Hmm.. There are some letters there and I know how to read, should I look at them or not?"
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Male 427
@iLove
I don`t think it really matters to the kid if the adults see it, tbh. The only reason it`s hidden from the adult is so he`s not aware his child can call them at any moment, because if he knew then he probably would ensure they couldn`t use a phone whenever they want.
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Male 1,442
@monsterzero: "Get your Mum to buy you Coca-Cola!"
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Male 358
I can`t stand people who hurt children but this is creepy stuff.
If this campaign goes well, what other types of "secret messages" will governments be giving to children in the future?
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Male 2,578
LOL canoas, reading isn`t something that you just learn to do, and then it`s done. I knew the alphabet in Kindergarten, but I would hardly consider that the ability to read anything practical.
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Female 676
That`s really clever, but how is the kid going to know they`re the only one who can see it? Any child who hasn`t seen this video ad will assume the adult with them can see the phone number as well, making them less likely to call.
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Male 427
"What`s not so clever is most kids that height and under can`t quite read yet."
In my country we learn how to read at the age of six.
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Female 2,764
bacon_pie had me laughing out loud.
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Male 180
What`s not so clever is most kids that height and under can`t quite read yet.
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Female 9,402
That`s actually a clever ad.
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Male 2,417
right well, my mood wasn`t great to start with.
now i`m down.
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Male 3,061
Awesome marketing campaign, unless the kid is being abused by a midget.
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Male 1,237
Link: Clever Anti-Abuse Ad That Only Children See [Rate Link] - Guess the cat`s out of the bag now.
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