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Y&R Peru

What's more fun? Playing with your Xbox, smart device, or Rubik's Cube, or playing with yourself? OK, we know that's a tough one for this crowd. How about the following: which is healthier?

Well, when it comes to testicular cancer, the answer is probably playing with yourself -- provided, of course, you're playing by the rules.

Ad agency Y&R Peru cleverly makes that case in a series of print ads that show male models wearing boxers strategically emblazoned with images of the aforementioned finger-hogging gizmos. The public-service campaign, released this month, is for the Peruvian wing of the League Against Cancer.

Testicular cancer is very often curable if caught early on, and doctors recommend regular self-exams. So pay heed to the League: Take a break from going nuts over your gadgets and go nuts on your nuts instead.


Y&R Peru


Y&R Peru


(Via BuzzFeed)

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