This round up is not very flattering, so be forewarned.
Dear Waterfront City, the 90s called and they want their mushiness back.
Solet Tapis is bragging about "what surreal feeling" but the word "mish tabi3e" also means "not natural" (or synthetic). So it seems they are selling fake grass? Or artificial floor covering? And bragging it is not real?
It would be too harsh to include this ad in this series, at least visually it's "clean". But creatively, "new juices are born" to Candia/Libanlait only to double down with "Congratulations it's an apple".... Is a tad too much. Especially when the concept is barely first degree.
And in terms of cheesiness, messiness, and outright hilarity, Gardenia Grain d'Or takes the crown. Imagine this on a billboard. Two men, one Canadian, one... Russian? It's a like a bad pastiche of the Tea Party and ZZ Top and a whole lot of silly copy.