Monthly Archives: March 2011

Philosophy 1: Existential Cartoon

In this one, situation, an elder farmer is speaking to a Pigeon, asking him if he’d like to enjoy Band Aid’s smokeable organic tea, which contains super increases in melanin and increased white blood cell activity as well. I’d give … Continue reading

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Perspective 1

See, sometimes even photoshop needs a little care, with the Band Aid shaped Spot Healing Brush Tool, you’ll be fixin all those boo boos and turnin them into woohoos. With his good friend Eraser, over there, they form a team … Continue reading

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Passion 1

Get your GAME fACE ON!! and on top of that some charcoal and a Bandaid placed right over the center of your nose. Then you’ll be extreme and prepared for domination! Winning!

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Culture 1

When the Beatles got down in the blues, had arguments, or were out of inspiration, it was clear they needed some Help! With Band Aid Original, the vintage stickiness and dry spells will be mended by the creative pieces of … Continue reading

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Nostalgia 1: Return of the KANGADOGS!

Recently there’s been talk about the return of a sacred animal called a Kangadog. It’s a fusion of two animal styles and tend to be mighty fiesty. They’re particularly frequent near fire at campsites to warm or find food. But … Continue reading

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Experience 1: The Band Tans

These are band aids that leave a stylish green aura about the users skin and hair. This is because of the organic solution in the padded section emits clouds of green, pure water vapor. Just look at the wonder in … Continue reading

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Welcome to sunlightads!

Here is where  you will see  some of the strangest and most foreign expanses of the Band Aid, including its use, and societal significance. The platform is an advertising gallery with captions, and viewer conversation is encouraged. ~S. Taylor Proffitt … Continue reading

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