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This Ice Cream Ad Hacks YouTube to Let You Switch Between Two Characters in Love

Unilever ice cream brand Cornetto is continuing its habit of telling cute long-form love stories, but now it's trying to tell one from both sides at the same time.
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Worth the mess in the end
By Gabriel Beltrone
Unilever ice cream brand Cornetto is continuing its habit of telling cute long-form love stories, but now it's trying to tell one from both sides at the same time.
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