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Snickers - Hannah Davis / Medusa - (print)

Oh hold up, it's almost as if we'd want to badland this Sports Illustrated issue.

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Get Checked Omaha

Omaha Nebraska may be the quintessential heartland city. But it is also the city with one of the highest rates of STD's in the country.

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ASA Advertising Standards Authority - Nev, Irene & Darren fib - (2015)

It's fun working in advertising. The entire world thinks you're basically a lying used car salesman, and you're consistently voted the most distrusted professional group, even surpassing lawyers. Basically, everyone hates you and think you lie for a living.

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adidas Originals superstars aren't superstars or something.

Adidas continues its "I'm not a superstar, no, really" campaign with these out of home boards in Times Square and Madison Square Garden. The anti-superstar campaign features superstars like Pharrell Williams, David Beckham, Rita Ora, and Damian Lillar.

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Go anywhere, in the VW Recreio

First you go to a Recreio store, and from there you can go anywhere. Recreio is Portuguese for "recreation," so I get that it's a recreational vehicle. But I'm thinking some of the nuance of the original headline has been lost in translation here.

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Velkopopovicky Kozel brings people back together

Social media has a horrible habit of tearing friendships apart. Thankfully, Czech beer Velkopopovicky Kozel can bring them back together

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Having a baby to young will control your life

These ads were just launched to try and prevent teen pregnancy. I know the intention is to be shocking or very serious but they are coming across as super creepy to me. Maybe that's the point?

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