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huzishio 11 year s ago
creative
       
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K 11 year s ago
They should have written those in arabic. Yeah, we're talking to you muslims.
       
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Tarzan 11 year s ago
so true...
       
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Enter your name 11 year s ago
Actually, those ads got a bit frowned upon here, in France. The RATP (Paris' public transports company) has a great record of strikes, technical problems, delays and poor hygiene and security in the stations (sorry for any language mistakes). It was seen a bit as customer = animals, and asking people to make efforts when they don't. They launched this ad campaign just after a several-days strike. About 8 million people use their transports every day in the city.
       
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dr_d 11 year s ago
K - i feel u... ur right, but i know these ppl, never change, they cant read!
       
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Romeowyn 11 year s ago
@dr_d Well, if we can't read, how is it that I can answer in your own language ? Try to do the same ;)
       
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lalala 11 year s ago
Hmm the frog one French people might take offence too? Lol
       
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Enter your name 11 year s ago
@dr_d Well, if we can't read, how is it that I can answer in your own language ? Try to do the same ;)
       
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Enter your name 10 year s ago
@dr_d Well, if we can't read, how is it that I can answer in your own language ? Try to do the same ;)
       
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