Dr Mumbo Ballsy October 7, 2011 10:29 18 It’s not often Dr Mumbo finds himself gobsmacked. But in this instance his jaw was severely dropped thanks to this UK ad featuring lingerie model Rhian Sugden. Warning. This is not one for the kiddies. topics Advertising, Marketing, Media Share Tweet Share Comments: 18 Anonymous 7 Oct 11 Hahaha – that’s great! Reply Paddy Douneen 7 Oct 11 What an extraordinary and brave ad! Can’t wait to see how effective it is….. Couldn’t see it working the other way around for breast cancer though….. Reply TJ 7 Oct 11 Can she come and check me out? Reply seen it all before 7 Oct 11 And here’s the slightly more kiddy friendly version – done 5 years ago – may have provided some “inspiration” http://youtu.be/Pu2K4eIqxd4 Reply Simon 7 Oct 11 Well played. Reply Yes. 7 Oct 11 JUST YES Reply Anonymous 7 Oct 11 I wish some of my clients had the balls to do this. Reply yak 7 Oct 11 Well Anonymous at 2:32…if they dont…they wont! Reply Anonymous 7 Oct 11 “your balls should feel smooth” Yep. That’s what razors are for. Reply AdGrunt 7 Oct 11 Awesome. I’d happily see an homage to that as part of my nascent “Cocktober” testicular cancer charity idea. Reply Alison_F 7 Oct 11 WOW!!! That was great! Reply Sue 7 Oct 11 Wow ! I commend the ball sack maker – they looked real Reply Anonymous 13 Oct 11 Haha, that’s brilliant. Good timing, my balls were just coming out anyway Reply eroded 14 Oct 11 i have the weirdest boner right now Reply Scvratz 14 Oct 11 She made me touch my balls. Reply Anonymous 14 Oct 11 those are some gross looking balls Reply DNA 14 Oct 11 I frew up Reply Slapsy 17 Oct 11 I think they are dougs balls Reply Comments are closed. ADVERTISEMENT Most Discussed 122 Comments Sky News drops Outsiders from schedule after sacking of Mark Latham 50 Comments Sky News sacks Mark Latham and refuses to say whether Outsiders will remain on air 47 Comments Why that Pepsi ad isn’t as bad as you think it is 36 Comments 457 visa axing to hurt PR industry with ‘PR manager’ to be removed from temporary visa list 34 Comments Job cuts, one brand and the future: Will Fairfax get it right this time around?