Spirit Airlines celebrates 69 and copywanking.

Bravo Spirit Airlines. Acquiring it's 69th plane seemed like a great time for a copywanker to cram in (geddit) as many sex puns as possible for a promotion for $69 dollar plane fares. The easily offended (I.E.

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Spectracide "Tame the wild" (2015) 1:10 (USA)

Spectracide "Tame the wild" (2015) 1:10 (USA)

While Spectracide Weed And Grass killer with AccuShot sprayer is convenient, you are dealing with nasty chemicals here. And inhaling these particular chemicals have side effects, like audio-visual hallucinations/morphing and judging by the woman, becoming incredibly horny.

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Mercedes-Benz Brazil gets sarcastic for Ago

The headline translates into "How to take a spin in a car that isn't yours." If this is lost on you, I'll explain. Eike Batista, was once the richest man in Brazil. He lost almost all his money and was then had some assets siezed. One of the judges in the case took one look at Batista's cars and went ahead and helped himself to a joy ride. This headline humorously mocks that recent scandal.

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Acadomia "George" (2015) 1:00 (France)

Acadomia "George" (2015) 1:00 (France)

George has a special power. The power of knowledge. Nice anthem spot for online education course Acadomia.

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SUPGV "Guns With History" (2015) 3:27 (USA)

SUPGV "Guns With History" (2015) 3:27 (USA)

First States United To Prevent Violence gave us a spot featuring famous gun owner Snoop Dogg telling us to urge our accountants to divest the g

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TENA Men - Control - (2015) :60 (UK)

TENA Men - Control - (2015) :60 (UK)

Meet Stirling Gravitas, "gold medallist at life", who has his own twitter account here. Stirling is in control of everything. He can hush up a baby with the single word "enough".

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Starbucks wants to talk about race - #NewStarbucksDrinks hijacks conversation

Starbucks are running the above ads in the New York Times and USA Today, and are encouraging their baristas to discuss race with customers by writing "race together" on the starbucks cups.

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BMW "Moonroof"(2015) :30 (USA)

BMW "Moonroof"(2015) :30 (USA)

Backseat driving grandma is here to make up stories and snark on her stupid son. I like this gal. She'd be fun at parties.

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BMW "Heads up" (2015) :30 (USA)

BMW "Heads up" (2015) :30 (USA)

Screaming grandma makin' up stories about twisters she never saw when she was a kid? I guess BMW is going after that all important demographic of grown-ups who can't wait to shove their senile old biddies into an old folks home and forget about them.

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BMW "Leather" (2015) :30 (USA)

BMW "Leather" (2015) :30 (USA)

If you ever wanted to hear a grandmother act as a backseat driver while waxing nostalgic about how her late husband used to make her wear leather because he was a domineering man, now's your chance.

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