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Let me start off by saying, folks I am really surprised by the longevity of the "Got Milk?" campaign. These things have been going strong for what, a bajillion years now? I suppose everyone loves to see a celebrity with a milk moustache and this time it's Jessica Alba and the rest of the Fantastic Four. It's interesting to me how milk campaigns went from celebrity endorsements to actual movie-tie-ins. An ad within an ad I suppose... At anyrate, if you're in to the Fantastic Four, you can head over to bodybymilk.com and test out your F4 knowledge, find out which character you're like, and bid on a bunch of other F4 items. See folks, an ad within an ad.

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SU3 SU3 9 years
I've always enjoyed these ads. But whether or not they are promoting a movie, tv show, sports... I still think it's a great idea. I think it's a fun way of promoting awareness and education to the nutritional aspects of milk... especially for kids!
jendudley jendudley 9 years
The poster looks cool, but this ad sounds kinda cheesy. I wished they worked better. I was reading Eric Schlossers book for kids (kinda like fast food nation, but aimed at the younguns) and it talked about sodas and teeth and peep that don't even consider milk any more as a beverage. Sad, really.
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