999: Chinese Itch Scratching Exercises

"E-Cup Beauty" points to an itch on her chest/bust/bosom.

Itch Scratching Exercise Part 1:

E-Cup Beauty demonstrates how to scratch a chest itch

A copy on YouTube:

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Translation of the introduction:

To scratch an itch, maintain one’s image, and prevent awkward embarrassment…
Itch scratching exercises now begins…

Translation of the exercise:

1-2-3-4 Pretend to have doubts
2-2-3-4 Lean forward
3-2-3-4 Press down on chest/bust
4-2-3-4 Rub side to side to scratch itch

Itch Scratching Exercise Part 2:

E-Cup Beauty demonstrates how to scratch a leg itch.

A copy on YouTube:

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1-2-3-4 Raise leg
2-2-3-4 Make a seductive look
3-2-3-4 Lift up skirt
4-2-3-4 Use the opportunity to scratch itch

Itch Scratching Exercise Part 3:

Handsome Man demonstrates how to scratch an elbow itch.

A copy on YouTube:

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1-2-3-4 Raise arm
2-2-3-4 Lean on the wall
3-2-3-4 Pretend to be lost in thought
4-2-3-4 Use the opportunity to scratch itch

Itch Scratching Exercise Part 4:

E-Cup Beauty demonstrates how to scratch a face itch.

A copy on YouTube:

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1-2-3-4 Tilt head to one side
2-2-3-4 Lift up hair
3-2-3-4 Use a charming look as cover
4-2-3-4 Use the opportunity to scratch itch

The above advertising campaign is for “复方醋酸地塞米松乳膏” (Fufang Cusuandisaimisong Rugao) or “Compound Dexamethasone Acetate Cream” made by the Sanjiu Medical & Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. as shown in the “MSN popup window” at the end of each commercial. The product is a skin cream for minor itching, pain, or inflammation. Tencent’s QQ is the most popular instant messaging client in China but MSN Messenger is widely used amongst “more sophisticated” Chinese white-collar workers shown in and targeted by these advertisements.

999 Sanjiu Compound Dexamethasone Acetate Cream product.

A comment by Madison Boom:

Itch Scratching Exercise Part 4: The last episode of scratching a face itch is not so geili. Chinese people don’t buy into the hair flinging, and it would’ve been better if it was changed to the E-Cup Beauty going quickly bouncing up and down on a height-adjustable chair to scratch a butt itch!

What do you think of this advertisement? They have been described as being “viral advertisements” but at least on China’s major video sharing websites, copies of these advertisements do not seem to have many views.

"E-Cup Beauty" scratching an itch on her breast by rubbing her chest against the edge of her desk.

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  • Steve

    I think these ads were pretty funny. Not sure if it really makes me want to get a paste to rub on itchy parts of me though..

  • haha i was crying =DD

  • N

    Sofa,at least on this one for me…. :P Anyways the lady used for demonstration is cute…

  • I find them “funny” because you can’t do some of these exercises in real :D

  • Pete

    I would be happy to help that girl scratch her “chest” itch!

  • Patrick

    Funny doesn’t look like an e-cup.

  • emillie

    how much this lady get paid for this lame video? pfftt..

  • God! We Chinese ads men are really creative !

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