Need to put an "Open at home" disclaimer on things like that!! lol hope big brother isnt checking me today!! Gia
Sorry about that, but really it's only the tip....of the iceberg, so to speak:)
It was one of the readers of the Swiss nettavisen Blick.ch who discovered the potent advertising image in the online store for the German sports chain Sport Check.One of the models are depicted with a classic trunks from Adidas. But as the reader to the Swiss nettavisen discovered, as had previously either too small swimming trunks or too much body. Alternatively, there are some who have missed greatly in Photoshop.Packed: The German sports chain has so far not wanted to comment on the crowded trunks they have picture of on their website. Facsimile: Sport Check According to other media who have reviewed it something pikante image, the Sport Check have been nedringt of people who have responded to the crowded trunks.How long ad image has been out on the web page of Sport Check is not known. The picture was still out on the web when VG Nett was made aware of the picture earlier this week. Friday was the picture, however, removed.The German sports chain has so far not wanted to comment on the picture.(I love it that my computer has a "translate" button on the taskbar!
Thanks, Dustin. BG sent me the translated page, too, but I didn't know there was a translate button on the taskbar. Do you use IE or FF? I can't find the translate option.BTW, I loved that line about not enough swimsuit or too much body...lol!
I use IE8 with the google search toolbar. :)
Oooh, no wonder. I use FF and I don't have the google search toolbar. Geez, I'm batting a thousand...LOL
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