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Business Insider’s 10 Best Ads Of 2013

10. Cherkashin Meat Factory: “Thanks advertising”

It’s easy to make creative ads for fashion and technology brands. Doing the same for a product like processed sandwich meat is a lot harder. That’s why we like this melodramatic take on the role of the mid-show snack from Russia. It feels as if something incredibly dramatic is going to happen, and then …

9. Tullamore Dew: “The Parting Glass”

We said “this ad exploits every Irish cliche and stereotype imaginable — and is still astonishingly beautiful.” But there is more, even, than that going on in this spot. It was made by RSA Films, the production company of Ridley Scott — the director behind “Alien,” “Prometheus,” and dozens of other lushly imagined fictional universes. And it shows.

8. Dove: “Real Beauty Sketches”

This was the viral video hit of the year, and it won a Titanium Grand Prix at the Cannes Lions festival. In it, women describe themselves to an unseen FBI sketch artist. Then the women describe each other to the same artist. Guess what? Women describe themselves in ways that are a lot less attractive than how others see them. It’s wonderfully manipulative stuff.

7. Business In The Community: “Skip ad”

This video, which urges employers to be a bit more sympathetic to ex-prisoners seeking work, uses an enormously clever trick around the “skip ad” button that often appears on autoplay video ads. As the man pleads for a job, he reacts personally — choking on his own disappointment — if you hit the “skip ad” button.

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6. Monsters University: “Imagine You at MU”

Simple concept, wonderfully executed: If there really were a Monsters U, courtesy of Pixar, what would its college recruitment video look like?

5. True: “Giving”

It begins with a small boy trying to steal medicine from a cafe owner in Thailand, and it ends with you trying not to cry at your desk as you see the ultimate reunion of the cook and the thief 30 years later. Somewhere in here there is a commercial for a Thai mobile phone company, but you’ll be too busy dabbing the corners of your eyes to notice.

4. John Lewis: “The Bear & The Hare”

On paper, everything about this ad screams “manipulative cliche”: A grumpy bear who has never seen Christmas sleeps through winter until his friend the hare gives him a gift that warms his soul. But look at the details. The wordless action is conducted entirely in silence, and the whole thing is set to an understated song from Lily Allen. Still skeptical? Check out this “making of” story to appreciate the ludicrous level of effort that went into its creation.

3. NeverWet: “Hands-on product demonstration”

Yes, it’s an infomercial. But wait!  This time there really is more! One of those rare direct-response videos that will have you saying, “OK, that really does look cool.”

2. Nate Walsh: “The Tanry”

Possibly the most elaborate CraigsList ad of all time: Nate Walsh of Southern Illinois says he spent 20 hours assembling this collage-homage to the tan 1999 Toyota Camry he was trying to sell, providing an epic look into his teenage-id. Just one of its many selling points: “You’re going to need an abacus to keep track of all the ass you’ll be getting in this thing!” Scroll for your lives:

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1. Chipotle: “The Scarecrow”

The most cogent, beautiful statement against factory farming you’ll ever see coming from a major American corporation. Chipotle employed Moonbot Studios and Fiona Apple to recreate this vision of the song “Pure Imagination” from 1971’s “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” It’s stunning.

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