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#27 - AlexPaincakes (09/20/2016) [-]
Well main land US that is.
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#39 - anon (08/30/2016) [-]
In Japanese culture, the elements of "cuteness" and "moe" are common and well appreciated. The aesthetics of this ad is just like every other animated/drawn ad that's pervasive in Japanese culture. Yes, it's portraying an idealized experience of what it's like to work in McDonalds but this experience is not outside the realm of plausibility. I'm certain they would have the money to hire actors who act like they're enjoying their fry cook job at McDonalds in exactly the same way as portrayed in this ad. Instead they chose an aesthetic that is known to appeal to the Japanese audience that they are targetting.
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