Anorak News | Hong Kong Sells Fresh Air In A Can – HONK HONK

Hong Kong Sells Fresh Air In A Can – HONK HONK

by | 3rd, September 2010

IN Hong Kong, you can buy fresh air in a can. Fresh air is rationed to 333ml. Well, not really. It’s a spoof campaign to raise awareness to the health dangers of air pollution.

CAN will, use humour to do the job. Yes, CAN – the Clean Air Network.

And the fresh air is in a… can. Ho-ho. This is too bloody clever by half and CAN adds its acronym to our list of bodies that seem to have thought of the name first then found the words to fit it.

The winner so far is NICE – theNational Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence.

Here’s the advert.

And look out Anorak’s new range of themed stinks:

HONK: The smell of Hong Kong in a can – with top notes of fish, open drain and cigarette smoke over bases notes of sweat and laundered suits…

In other news, fresh air can kill!

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