Alyssa Milano is overjoyed to have found her perfect weight thanks to Atkins. But she's not the only one. Oh, no. There are others, too. At least three! These three have lost weight and give awkward mini testimonials about it.
In this spot, Alyssa Milano explains how she's reached her happy weight through the wonders of Atkins, a diet that is sustainable and easy to stay on. Have to say I wasn't even aware Alyssa Milano needed to go on a diet, but good for her.
Here's a timely nod to The Hunger Games featuring what it's like to walk into one of those meathead gyms vs. Planet Fitness. Great casting. "Sometimes I roll around on the ball thingy," is the most accurate description I've heard.
Skin care is certainly not a "ladies only" thing, and to make their point Norwegian pharmacy VitusApotek shows us a man going through the nightly ritual of washing his face. This being Norway though, he's a black metal rocker of some sort. Of course.
This ad from Memac Ogilvy taps into a universal truth about our mothers, they remember every awkward, embarrassing, funny thing that happened, ever, especially about their kids, their husbands, and their own youth.
Shower ballads. We've all been there, singing at the top of our lungs. And for many of us, the bath-time ballad takes on a particular flavour at this time of year - a festive carol - as illustrated in this eccentric ad for UK retailer The Body Shop.
Oh, the places you'll go! Poo~Pourri girl is back, and now they've gone all Glee Club on us, turning it into a weirdo musical where girls gab about dates at the salon and men chat about same during ass-to-ass yoga.
The eternal snog here, with some neat camera-edits and magically appearing beds show us a couple really needn't go far to have the most excellent time. This runs as a preroll ad on youtube/facebook in the UK and airs on TV in Germany.
Casting is brilliant here. When the nerdy guy at the bar who most likely works in IT tells the ladies he stares at a computer all day long, they naturally think he's a doctor. Hilarity ensues as he awkwardly goes with the flow.