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The ad, by Santo, is part of a new wave of global spots released this week by the cola giant as it begins year two of "Taste the Feeling," which has made a concerted effort to put the Coke product at the center of all ads.
If you do an image search and the person’s photo appears under several different names, you’re probably dealing with a scammer.
I don't want her to feel the shame of knowing I know. You need to sit her down, tell her what you saw, and discuss what to do next.
But even worse, I don't want her to feel the shame of the entire world knowing if one of these boys decides to be an ass. If she were in a serious relationship, I could understand her having sex, but it's the sending of pictures that really has me bothered. Read this sexting horror story and then show it to your daughter.
Asked about the connection to previous hunky Coke ads he said: "This story has more layers, including a 'wink' that touches on our point of view regarding diversity and inclusion.
We are managing our culturally relevant messages organically within our campaign spots not as the main subject of the story but as subtext." Coca-Cola debuted the "Taste the Feeling" campaign in January 2016 as part of larger move to a "one-brand" strategy in which multiple Coke varieties are plugged within the same ad.