The Weird, Weird World That Advertisers Think We Live In

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Advertisers are loaded to the brim with information about their consumers. But more often than not, it seems like they disregard their data and the evidence of their own senses, and tailor their campaigns toward a world that objectively doesn't exist. We asked readers to give us a glimpse into the strange ways that advertisers seem to picture our lives. The winner got a hundred bucks.

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