Buzz·Jul 19, 201314 Not-At-All Gratuitous Breast AdsAds where ta-tas were employed to actually sell a product benefit.by copyranterBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Australian ad for Foster's super-chilled beer. 2. View this video on YouTube 2003 spot for the Nissan Pathfinder's front independent suspension.The spot won a Cannes Gold Lion. 3. View this video on YouTube Similar Italian Toyota commercial from 2006 highlighting A/C. 4. Via pinterest.com Same basic idea, but in print, via Germany. 5. Via copyranter.blogspot.com Back in 2009, Arby's ran this ad in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition. It was to tease their new menu item, the Roastburger.That's right, Arby's quite literally, reduced a woman to pieces of meat.But it's not gratuitous. 6. Via copyranter.blogspot.com Another Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue specific ad from 2011 via Tabasco selling their new gallon jugs. 7. Via copyranter.blogspot.com 2011 ad via France.You wanna sell a 3-D smartphone, you break out the DD breasts, of course. 8. Via copyranter.blogspot.com 2011 ad, via Singapore, for espire "hypersensitive condoms." 9. Via copyranter.blogspot.com 2011 casino ad via Serbia selling a "nice pair" (pair of 5's ain't that nice, but a pair of ladies is).So, again, not at all exploitative. 10. View this video on YouTube Spot is called "Rhythm and Boobs" — "They won't fall out," the ear buds. 11. Via copyranter.blogspot.com 2011 ad for Esotika frames.Headline: NOW THE FIRST THING HE LOOKS AT WON'T BE YOUR SWEATER KITTENS. (Shouldn't that be "THINGS"?) 12. Via copyranter.blogspot.com 2010 ad via Montreal for Dr Tint's tinted windows. "Feel Like A Star." 13. 2008 ad via South Korea for the Olympus E-3 camera with "the fastest autofocus." — faster than those four pairs of eyes, I guess. 14. Via copyranter.blogspot.com 2008 ad for Orbit's new MELON-flavored gum. 15. PREVIOUSLY: Here's more BoobsVertising on BuzzFeed.