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Stolichnaya asks: would you have a drink with you, Hugh Hefner?

Stolichnaya got Hugh Hefner in for a two day shoot, which he happily tweeted about. Why two days? Well, it's because Hugh is seen having a drink with himself. That's Hugh the magazine magnate has a drink with Hugh the chick magnet. The campaign asks would you have a drink with you?. Hugh Hefner has "been distinctive since 1953", and with Stoli at the bar he's no longer upstaged by a bottle of Tanqueray. But then again, he drinks alone.

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Bud Light "Centerfold" 2001 (:30 USA/Latin America)

Bud Light "Centerfold" 2001 (:30 USA/Latin America)

This a director's cut. Won Best in Show at the Fiap Awards in Latin America.

A guy gets caught in a compromising position when his wife and mother-in-law catch him licking the Bud Light he spilled on his coffee table.

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RelaxZen will give last minute tax filers that tax refund feeling.
 

New York City To Get that Tax Refund Feeling.

April 15. Last day to file taxes. RelaxZen, a relaxation beverage company, will be stationed at the main Post Office in New York City where 1,000's of last minute tax filers (who usually owe money to the government) will each receive bottles of RelaxZen to give them that "tax refund feeling."

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Cool outdoor, a refrigerator billboard for Coke

Coca Cola and McCann Erickson, Istanbul built a refrigerator poster at a bus stop, Looks like it was held together a bit sturdier than the double sided tape that Sdsvenskan used on the billboard I broke.

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Coke World Cup Celebration (2010) :60 (Global)

Coke World Cup Celebration (2010) :60 (Global)

While Pepsi has a series of their own 2010 FIFA World Cup spots out, Coke reminds them just who the official partner is. Here, they go for the broader theme of celebration after scoring in a nice little passing of the Roger Milla baton throughout the entire spot. All sports have their own unique ways of celebrating, but it’s nice to see futbol get its airplane on.

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Pepsi - Oh Africa (2010) 2:26 (Global)

Pepsi - Oh Africa (2010) 2:26 (Global)

This Pepsi spot has the wonderful “bigness” that Coke usually brings to the table. A clever moving human pitch surrounds some of the Beautiful Game’s best, from Messi and Henry to Kaká and Drogba. Multi-platinum artist Akon performs the new track “Oh Africa” which was written by Rock City and performed with a chorus chosen from all over. (Behind the scenes clips can be found here.)

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Pepsi – Messi vs. meerkats. (2010) :36

Pepsi – Messi vs. meerkats. (2010) :36

Always protect the meerkat family jewels, kids. In another spot playing off Pepsi’s recent Oh Africa World Cup campaign, footballer Messi takes on Africa’s furriest team. (Do meerkats have fur? I think they might.)

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Capri Sun - Sloe Moe (2010) :30 (USA)

Capri Sun - Sloe Moe (2010) :30 (USA)

The Disrespectoids campaign features a string of young boys and girls who disrespect their Capri Sun pouches and face an unexpected transformation.

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Hot cheerleaders in mud, what’s not to love? – (UK)

Hot cheerleaders in mud, what’s not to love? – (UK)

(Aka, a gift for Steve at AdRants.) Frijj shakes are like, mud thick. Cookie Dough FRijj though is even more so, apparently. The solution? Cheerleaders Swamp Soccerettes who like it thick and slow playing in mud! But wait, there’s more, as there always is: Augmented reality bottle babes! For now, AR is in its shiny new toy phase, where having anything appear—like said cheerleader eye candy—is good enough. Ultimately, one pitch will indeed be mudified for said swampettes to, um, *cheer* in. WEB CAM! Now, don’t you feel *dirty* for reading that. I know I do, for having posted that.

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It's like Old Yeller... for beer lovers. – :60 (The Netherlands)

It's like Old Yeller... for beer lovers. – :60 (The Netherlands)

Bavaria beer’s "The Drop" depicts a long glorious journey for a pristine drop of water, which ends up not so pristine, finally meeting a not so gloriously end by a clueless bartender (and his best friend). The far from home theme has been done before, as well as the evolution theme (See Guiness), but the payoff brings it down to earth, and spins the seen it before execution nicely. (Supposedly, the intent was that the bartender is clueless, and that his block of the impure drop was accidental. Not sure that angle helps the cause, in that, Bavaria *sometimes* catches impurities?) An alternate song ending can be found here.

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