DWTD

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AcronymDefinition
DWTDDance with the Dead
DWTDDumb Ways to Die (video)
DWTDDown with the Devil
DWTDDance with the Devil (song)
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In fact, 2013 could be considered a breakthrough year for conscious advertising with "Real Beauty Sketches," "Dumb Ways to Die," "Smarter Cities," "Immortal Fans," "Don't Wait Until It's Too Late," "The Ant Rally" and other amazing purpose-led campaigns that now act as the first wave of "goodvertising."
The Care for Colorado video offers a state-specific twist on national "Leave No Trace" principles and was inspired by a "Dumb Ways to Die" viral video from Metro Trains in Australia.
It is an interesting mix of real photographs taken through a microscope by scientist Linnea Rundgren, and cute cartoons by Julian Frost, who is the artist behind the easily recognised Dumb Ways to Die campaign.
In this year's awards, the DOT's It's More Fun in the Philippines campaign competed in the Best of the Decade category with Unilever-India's Help a Child Reach 5, Reprieve and Foundation for Human Rights-Pakistan's Not a Bug Splat, PepsiCo and My Shelter Foundation's Liter of Light, Smart Communications Inc.'s Smart Txtbks and Metro Victoria-Australia's Dumb Ways to Die.
"Set fire to your hair / Poke a stick at a grizzly bear." So begins "Dumb Ways to Die," one of the most popular public-service announcements of all time, where colorful, singing blobs warn viewers about the most foolish ways to end their lives.
So one brilliant piece of work wins across categories: Harvey Nichols' "Sorry I spent it on myself", "Dumb Ways to Die", "Best Job in the World".
Dumb Ways To Die 2 (ANDROID) WHAT a charming name for a game, Dumb Ways To Die.
During the awards Metro, Melbournes transport system, were presented with the prestigious Advertiser of the Year Award in recognition of a record number of wins at international awards for its public service announcement 'Dumb Ways to Die' campaign.
Meanwhile, the Melbourne, Australia, Metro Train Authority's Dumb Ways to Die, a series of public service announcements to promote teen subway safety that was posted on YouTube and went viral, recently gained Evolution as its licensing agent.
It lists "Dumb Ways To Die" such as keeping a rattlesnake as a pet and selling both kidneys on the internet.
That is, until you realise the lyrics accompanying the folksy tune are listing for you in detail "dumb ways to die".
Perhaps a perfect example of the lighter touch is McCann Melbourne's much-lauded "Dumb Ways to Die," a campaign about train safety that is the opposite of gloom and doom.