'Django Unchained' Used To Sell School Supplies To Little Greek Children

We'll file this one under: "uh buh??" Imagine if you were watching a Party City Halloween commercial and saw a Django Unchained costume. Would you be horribly offended? If you answer is yes, you don't have what it takes to make it in the Greek Advertising world. We'll file this one under: "uh buh??"

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