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Farting is funny. Smoking is not. That's the dynamic which fuels this amusing spot from the Ontario Ministry of Health's "Quit The Denial" campaign in Canada. The bit follows a woman from her shrink's office to a party of flatulent friends to show how her farting becomes an addictive crutch. Titled "Social Farter", the ad is rather, um, long-winded, requiring nearly a minute of passing gas before revealing its point.
'Social Farter' VIDEO Is A Gas, But It's Supposed To Be An Anti-Smoking Ad For 'Quit The Denial' In Canada
Farting is funny. Smoking is not. That's the dynamic which fuels this amusing spot from the Ontario Ministry of Health's
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The Burma Campaign, a UK based human rights organization focused on the Burma Crisis has followed in the steps of the US