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OS Maps app "Follow your heart" (2016) :42 (UK)

OS Maps app "Follow your heart" (2016) :42 (UK)

The new OS Maps app can help everyone #GetOutside. Because let's face it, you'd rather be outside than in the grocery store or in a business meeting or on an escalator.

 

McDonald’s “Passengers” (2016) :15 (USA)

McDonald’s “Passengers” (2016) :15 (USA)

You can't choose who sits next to you on an airplane, lord knows. But at least you can choose two of your favorite meals from McDonalds. This is quite a relatable spot.

 

McDonalds “Parents” (2016) :30 (USA)

McDonalds “Parents” (2016) :30 (USA)

You can't choose how cool your parents are, but you can choose two of your favorites at McDonalds. I like the dad's logic: Of course it's a selfie. I took it myself.

 

Dairygold "#MakeaMinute" (2016) 1:00 (Ireland)

Dairygold "#MakeaMinute" (2016) 1:00 (Ireland)

Dairygold butter is spreadable, right from the fridge saving you time with its convenience. Question is, what will you do with that extra time?

 

OTMPC "Where am I?" (2016) 1:10 (Canada)

OTMPC "Where am I?" (2016) 1:10 (Canada)

When research showed that locals and their French brethren to the east don't have the province on their radar when it comes to travel because they're already familiar with it, the Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation (OTMPC) decided to present Ontario in a whole

 

Daiya "Cheesier than ever" (2016) :15 (USA)

Daiya "Cheesier than ever" (2016) :15 (USA)

Here is the endless sitcom laugh track spot for Daiya pizza, in 15 second format, instead of the 60 second. Which works better? Which is funnier? You decide.

 

Daiya "Cheesier than ever" (2016) :30 (USA)

Daiya "Cheesier than ever" (2016) :30 (USA)

Here's the 30 second cut down of the painfully unfunny and awkward endless laugh track for Daiya pizza (pronounced Day-ah).

 

Daiya "Cheesier than ever" (2016) :60 (USA)

Daiya "Cheesier than ever" (2016) :60 (USA)

Daiya is a cheese substitute but that doesn't mean it still isn't cheesy. In this fake sitcom we see a wife who has made a pizza with Daiya and her husband says to her "Pizza? Now that's a thing I enjoy," followed by 50 seconds of studio laugh track.

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