Manu Fieldel
Years ago

Are the Hungry Jack's kids wearing First Ever?

Important topic here.

See, in the Hungry Jack's ad the young blokes are eating burgers in the carpark while leaning against the bonnet of an MG car, with the MG smack ban in the middle of the frame.

To complete the trifecta, we would need them to be wearing First Ever clothes. But are they? I can't tell.

Please discuss.

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ME (he/kangaroo)  
Years ago

Answer: No one is wearing First Ever clothes. Even the girls and guys in the First Ever ad have the clothes CGI'd onto them. No one who has a last name that isn't Kestleman has ever bought a First Ever product that is not an NBL jersey.

Thank you kindly.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

I would look at the ad to check, but I'm on a horrible ad detox until Friday.

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Anonymous  
Years ago

I want to punch in the face both the smart arse kid asking why the burgers are better at Hungry Jack's at the drive-thru and Justin Kestelman for bringing is First Ever.

Don't tell me these ads will run all season. It's only Round 1!

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