Did you stop to pet your adorable pooch right before making yourself a sandwich? If you didn't wash your hands, then this advertising campaign was designed with you in mind.
Life Buoy Hand Wash has launched a tongue-in-cheek campaign called You Eat What You Touch. It features popular foods like bread and croissants photoshopped to look like animals we usually keep as pets. It's all the genius work of photographer and graphic artist Jeremy Wong.
We're loving the pug loaf and kitty croissant. It sure makes you think twice about eating before washing your hands...
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