"Nobody better lay a finger on my... what the hell!?"

 
 

"Nobody better lay a finger on my... what the hell!?"

Invented by the Curtiss Candy Company way back in 1923, the Nestlé Butterfinger has come a long, long way since dem days. Bart Simpson was its spokestoon for a few seasons, and the brand has been extended into Butterfinger BBs, Stixx, ice cream nuggets, ice cream bars, and -- most importantly for this particular post -- Butterfinger Crisp.

Well, that should be enough for an intro. Here be the goods:

Ladies and gentlemen, straight from the rear end of their newest TV commercial, Butterfinger has unveiled its latest attention-getting advertising device...

The Buttfinger.

It might just be me, but perhaps the new slogan for Butterfinger Crisp should instead read "Pull the finger." Or "Poke the finger." Or something like that. I'm just sayin'...

Superadgrunts, view the spot here.
As for you regular types, check out their Follow The Finger website while you can.

It just goes to prove that there's a difference between edgy and sh*tty, and, well... this ain't edgy.

Adland: 

Comments

Re: AdLand Exclusive:

They. Cannot. Be. Serious.
The videos on the website are unwatchable - who's supposed to like this?
What agency did this embarassing work?

Buttfinger !!!

What on earth were they thinking? Were they thinking? Play with the monkey...follow the finger.... I mean... the website is gawdy and awful enough and bears no resemblance to the product but BUTTerFINGER? Come on Nestle... get with the programme! No wonder they don't have them here in the UK!

Re: AdLand Exclusive:

No, seriously, what the hell were they thinking?

Re: AdLand Exclusive:

Two in the pink, one in the stink.

Re: Re: AdLand Exclusive:

I believe you are describing the "Shocker," which is an entirely different beast of a hand gesture, and not the classic "Pointy Finger."

Re: Re: Re: AdLand Exclusive:

R.O.W.Y.C.O.

Re: Re: Re: AdLand Exclusive:

god bless wikipedia by the way. I so needed to read an entire article, with three photos on "the shocker". Now I finally feel enlightened. ;)

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claymore, my boss won't believe I'm working when he hears the loud cackle coming from my office. Damn you!

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