I guess he's a a kicker. Well, that's college sorted already dad, spend away!
Martin Clunes reads his copy of "Home and Kennel" magazine, and thousands of leaflets advertising things he doesn't want fall out.
Donald Trump gets outwitted, Deion Sanders gets outbolded and Apolo Ohno gets outskated.
No...No nonono. It's not enoygh that a new father has to get financial advice from a baby, now that kids mate is speed dating in the maternity ward? E*trade, you've just overstepped the weird. He is literally cradlerobbing.
Lady luck slaps a man. Oh dear.
Martin Clunes and the dog go for quite a ride.
A person dressed a giant teddy-bear stands in the center of a town square, and while people shy away at first, it soon turns into a regular hugfest. Even the little white dog enjoys a great big bear hug. Free hugs for everyone!
This turns out to be an experiment. While nearly everyone professes empathy with disabled people, few dare sit next to the man in the bear suit on the bus. Well played.
Mighty Director Phil Brown recently completed a five-spot campaign for First National Bank, emphasizing the company's Omaha roots and regional pride. Shot in a natural, homespun style, the spots offer a panoramic view of all things Omaha, emphasizing the extent to which the bank has enmeshed itself into the community.
The crazy cat lady explains that when she won the lottery, she set up a home for the ones who need one. Cats! "Here they will get their basic needs sorted. They can eat, wash up, can talk to others in the same situation, at the same time as they get professional help to reintroduce them to society. Because cats are people too!"
Tag: Anyone can win.
Yes, even in Swedish this ad is about as funny as her wig looks real.
One of the new 30-second spots, "Critters," is directed by Academy Award®-nominated husband-and-wife team of Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris, who directed several previous spots for the campaign. In the spot, Professor Burke and America's finest agents demonstrate their road-kill expertise. Remarkably, the spot is completely live action, with a real deer, caribou, turtle, porcupine and other creatures appearing alongside the cast. "We actually had all of those animals in the room at the same time. Humor-wise, that's much more interesting than animatronics or CG," said Hamling.
Santa Monica, Calif., Sept. 19, 2011—Farmers Insurance is launching two new TV commercials in its successful University of Farmers® campaign developed by RPA and starring actor J.K. Simmons as Professor Nathaniel Burke. These spots, which add to a catalog released since last September, continue promoting Farmers Insurance by playfully highlighting the expert advice that its knowledgeable agents dispense after receiving in-depth training at the actual University of Farmers in Agoura Hills, Calif.
Woman wakes up after a wild night in Vegas (we presume) and finds that she's married to George Clooney. Yeah, that'll happen. Can someone explain the horse-head?
"Some people are lucky in life"
"For the rest of us, saving up can be smart"
"S for Saving Plan"
"DnB NOR - Bank from A to Z"
RUN FOR YOUR LIVES! Giant crayfish are clawing out of the earth from mile-deep catacombs and attacking our cities! This is revenge for that time when I poured wormwood-heavy absinth in the boiling water at our crayfish party isn't it? I thought the hallucinations would be cool not terrifying! Hold me, I'm scared!
... Oh, it's just an ad. Carry on. I never said any of that. What?
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