Nokia scaring pink-loving girls with dismembered dolls in a disturbing N8 ad

Nokia scaring pink-loving girls with dismembered dolls in a disturbing N8 ad
Nokia is having a hard time transitioning to Windows Phone as its main platform with sales expectations getting lowered and shares tumbling, but is this disturbing ad for the trendy pink Nokia N8 going to help? The Nokia N8 might be flaunting a 12-megapixel Carl Zeiss camera lens on its back, but you’ll hardly think about that after watching this commercial taking Lady Gaga-like garments and putting them in the wrong context. Dismembered doll legs and arms floating around a pink Nokia add to the downright spooky atmosphere, so no innocent girl would opt for this smartphone. All of this action is happening to music from British girl group Sugababes, but is it sugary? Check out the video below for all the details.

source: Nokia

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2. wtf cares unregistered


4. breathlesstao unregistered

For one, I think you're overreacting. For two, "innocent girl"? Lmfao at that concept in today's world. That said, the ad IS rather weird from a lot of perspectives (but so is the N8 in pink imo, but that's another story), yet "spooky" is not the word to be used here, I guess.

5. vantenkiest

Posts: 316; Member since: Apr 20, 2011

well it scared the shit out of my 7 year old niece lmao and i felt a twinge of awkwardness for even watching....

6. JeffdaBeat unregistered

That was freaky as thanks...

11. r2212xx

Posts: 41; Member since: Apr 18, 2011

It's not spooky really.. Yes a bit awkward though.

12. JSern

Posts: 282; Member since: May 22, 2011

Illuminati. Your argument is invalid

13. Veggiebug unregistered

This is the best advertising for a phone ever! Pure genius! Good job Nokia.

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