Insert joke about cosmetics being tested on animals here. Yep.
Dave rolls into his driveway and is greeted by a timekeeping babe, this marks the beginning of a rather different journey through a 1970s styled home. Everywhere Dave turns there's a racetrack person, one reporting on his performance, a few in his kitchen, there's the pit stop crew who wash his car, there's the engine crew who are picking apart an engine in the dining room. There's even a wind tunnel in his garage. Dave, you have a weird house. Even in the bedroom they're there.
Chav walks in to off license. Chav shoplifts JuiceBurst. Chav gets vaporized by JuiceBurst.
Because JuiceBurst is good, and honest. But it's not afraid to operate above the law. And it does it alone, see? No partners. JuiceBurst doesn't want any partners.
Except in the sequel, where JuiceBurst reluctantly gets paired up (on the insistence of his superiors) with a wise cracking diet cola, who teaches him to let his hair down every once and a while, and shows him the value of tolerance until the big boss kidnaps the diet cola and he is forced to save it and the world using brute strength and violence.
Thank you The Guardian for summing up exactly how people feel about Margaret Thatcher in this witty irreverant visual.
Both those who loved her, and those who hated her, can join in a tiny smirk at "contains iron", and nod their heads yes in recognition. Finally, the pitchforks and torches were laid to rest as we all went to put the kettle on.
Just like when the two unsuspecting guys took the Renault Clio out for a test drive, these two unsuspecting girls try out the va-va-voom button.
"Two Unsuspecting Guys Take The New Renault Clio For A Test Drive" - yep, that's how they named this clip, and while it rests on a similar idea of pranking a test driving person like the ŠKODA test drive did, it's not quite as elaborate. It's not like the Pepsi Test Drive where the car salesman was the supposed victim of the prank either.
British rock band Skunk Anansie turned to Trunk and directing duo Lore&Jun to collaborate with them on their latest video for their new single “This is not a game”. The track from their sixth and current album, Black Traffic; “is a political track, about the difference in mentality between those suffering under the current financial crisis and those abusing the power over it."
The decision. The tape. The pipe. The dramatic wait. The breathing, The music swelling. The disappointment.
The new iX35 has 100% water emissions.
It's also a lot like these ads: Suicide via carbon monoxide poisoning isn't what it used to be, and now Hyundai now join Citroën & Audi in Badland. TL;DR - the idea is not only shit, it's old too.
thetutorcrowd.tumblr.com is the tumblr where all the helpful street graffiti tutoring has been collected for your enjoyment. You see, people who vandalize walls usually don't have the best grasp on spelling and grammar. They'll write slogans like "Less Boats, More Fish" (Oh wait, that was greenpeace), and forget where the apostrophe goes despite Bob the angry flower's helpful guide. So The Tutor Crowd, which is a website that helps you find tutors, have made this clever campaign to alert yobs out there of their services. Cheap on media?
Because the massive information power of tha interawbs has to be used for silly things as often as possible, 3, will deliver silly in the form of a dancing Shetland pony. People, people, the pony moonwalks to 'Everywhere' by Fleetwood Mac. This is epic silly.
" Never underestimate the power of a plucky little pony.
Make someone's day with your own pony mashup at http://ThePonyMixer.com #DancePonyDance "
Bringing celebs back from the dead is nothing new, Audrey starred in a gap ad in 2006, while Fred Astaire danced in the ceiling with Dirt Devil in 1997. Bob Monkhouse came back to tell us about prostate cancer which was creepy yet poignant, while Orville Redenbacher came back to tell us about popcorn and that was just creepy.
Totally unsuspecting Danny Bedford signed up for a ŠKODA test drive and before he knows it he's the fireman driver, the teddy-bear deliverer, the husband to be and everything else. Everyone who thinks this guy sincerely believed that he was just taking a test drive, contemplate if you're just watching superb acting.
Mr. President launched a new campaign for Bacardi, celebrating 150 years. The campaign is called “Our history is unbelievable.” Sadly, we've seen boob jokes and booze a bunch of times. At least this one was story telling at its finest.
Mr. President launched a new campaign for Bacardi, celebrating 150 years. They took the campaign name “Our history is unbelievable,” to the next logical place: Somewhere unbelievable. Fun stuff. And for this category, quite different, too.
Mr. President launched a new campaign for Bacardi, celebrating 150 years. They took the campaign name “Our history is unbelievable,” to the next logical place. It has a fun old time Hollywood feel about it. This is the trailer.
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