This Sanitary Napkin Is Up On Its Current Events

While the whole WikiLeaks thing has become and incredibly divisive topic in recent weeks, at least one company has found a way to use the hot-button issue to its advantage.

A Pakistani ad agency hired to create a campaign for the Butterfly brand of sanitary napkins (is there a less outdated-sounding term?) came up with the idea of tying the absorbent product to the name of the controversial online whistle-blowers with the slogan, “WikiLeaks… Butterfly doesn’t.”

Butterfly may have been the first to latch onto WikiLeaks for ad purposes, but this same slogan could be used by other companies — faucet manufacturers, Ziploc bags, the makers of Ditropan.

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