The "You're so smart to smoke Parliaments" campaign works on at least three levels. By using the words "so smart," the ad (1) works to appeal to a buyer's intelligence, (2) refers to Parliaments as the "smart," safe choice, and (3) plays on the double-meaning of "smart" as also fashionable and chic. This all-encompassing word lent the campaign staying power. The health claims which come across through the "smart" campaign are reflective of the advertised recessed filter unique to Parliaments, which the aid claims to ensure that "only the flavor touches your lips," rather than any harsh chemicals. By appealing to the buyer's intelligence and fashion sense, the ad goes further than health claims, dabbling in the realms of self esteem and appearance, well-known techniques used by advertisements to manipulate women.