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Bugles "Stack 'ems" (2013) :15 (Canada)

Love the Ikea reference to assembling a tower. And also that you embraced the fact Bugles suck and no one wants to eat them.

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Bugles :Dress Ups" (2013) :18 (Canada)

Dress 'Ups? Kinda like Mr. Dressup? Yeah we got that when I lived in America, too. Bugles, you so silly.

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Bugles Toss-ems (2013) :15 (canada)

Just keep playing. Keep playing. Keep playing.

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Bugles :Chess-Its (2013) :15 (Canada)

More retro silliness from Bugles from that Canadian agency Cossette. Nice title-- guess it's a dig on Cheez-its, eh?

Eh? Geddit? Narf narf narf.

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Bugles "The Game You Can Eat" (2013) :30 (Canada)

Cossette taps into late 70's early 80's nostalgia, by trying to make Bugles the game you can eat Emphasis game.

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Bugles: The Game That You Eat

Courtesy of Cossette Toronto, this campaign encourages you to treat Bugles as "the game you can eat," which is great because I remember having these when I was a kid and it was kind of like eating salty sawdust. Weird stuff.

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Hyundai - Gaspocalypse - (2013) :60 (CANADA)

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Hyundai Canada: Gaspocalypse 1:00 (Canada)

It’s Mad Max meets comedy with this spot to sell the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. This will air in Canada during the Super Bowl on CTV .

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Volkswagen "Butcher" (2013) :30 Canada

Volkswagen Canada are talking up this spot in a "how on earth did they hang two 3,000 pound Jettas on a wall?" Um...i don't know. The same way they hung cars upside down at a restaurant I used to go to when I lived in Pennsylvania? It ain't that hard really. Even hanging them vertically.

No, the larger question of this spot created by Red Urban Toronto is "Since when is car shopping an impulse purchase?" Answer: never.

Looks nice though. nice and clean like all Volkswagen spots. it's just that hanging the cars on a wall is the most believable part of it.

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Happy Creepy Christmas from Swiss Chalet (Canada)

Happy Creepy Christmas from Swiss Chalet (Canada)

This destined to be classic from the Canadian chain is from 2009, I think.

I remember living in Montreal when I first saw it. I was sitting next to a civilian* when I turned to them and asked "Is this a completely creepy disturbing ad or what?

I soon shared the creepiness with other friends. From then on, every time the commercial aired, we made up stories about the daughter and father. Exactly why is she so taken aback when he arrives? Why does she feign ignorance at being taken to her "favorite place?" And why does she act with such a degree of stoic sadness when he ahem-- imitates rudolph.

Feel free to take a break from your egg nog and make up your own stories.

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