Yes Men Punk Redux: Create Your Own Chevron "We Agree" Ad

Last week the Yes Men punked Chevron. Now they want you to create your own "We Agree" ad to keep the campaign going.

A week ago, Morgan covered the Yes Men's intricate and mutli-layered punking of Chevron. Now, via Grist, we see that the fun isn't yet over. Our preferred rabble-rousers have asked their friends and fans to create their own "We Agree" ads. My favorite such crowdsourced submission is above. Though I do love this one, too:

The Yes Men are asking supporters to download the spoof ads and spread them around their cities and towns. Or, even better, to help them "keep Chevron's campaign on the skids" by contributing your own spoofs. Get those bitter, creative juices flowing.

via Jason S Campbell / Twitter

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