Google Voice Clapham Colossus Ad

Apr 7, 2011 • 7:51 am | comments (6) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Photo Of The Day
 

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@JCDecaux_UK tweeted about a new ad placed in the UK by Google for Google Voice.

The ad is on the Clapham Colossus, which I guess is this well known railway ad spot. I believe it was done by the JCDecaux agency.

The tweet was posted this morning noon time in Europe.

It reads, "soo pah hak la frah jah lis tik eks pee ah lee doh suh." Which I have honestly no idea what it means. I assume it should read the other way but again, if any readers can help me out? Is it German?

Update: I am dumb, this is from Mary Poppins, her Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious line. Thanks Stuart!

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Comments:

Stuart Kerr

04/07/2011 11:58 am

Its from mary poppins http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, there's loads of those phonetic google voice ads popping up round London at the moment...

Barry Schwartz

04/07/2011 11:59 am

Doh, thanks for that!

Bob Gladstein

04/07/2011 01:10 pm

What's the text on the other ads?

Stuart Kerr

04/07/2011 04:01 pm

I can't actually remember at the moment, saw then the other day when I popped up to London for a few beers, hence the lack of memory... still they were on trains, tubes & billboards, all in the same theme, excapt not quite as long :)

Larry

04/11/2011 11:40 pm

There are a ton of variations on these ads. They are done by ad agency BBH. Others I've seen: Les-tuh Skwair leyt nyte ven-yooz at Old Street thear-tah ti-kits at Holborn ley-tist skohrz at Hammersmith

nailerr

04/20/2011 07:51 am

that is Google Voice Search. It is not the same service as Google Voice, which WOULD of been news in the UK.

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