Melanie Amaro, the X FACTOR 2011 winner sings a retooled version of "Respect" to Sir Elton John, the "King of rock" who gives Pepsi only to those he approves us. He sends the others down the hole. Melanie has other plans, she wants Pepsi for all.
OK, fess up, who here hasn't wanted to hear a priest say "You may now eat the bride"? C'mon.
StruckAxiom, a digital-forward creative agency based here and with offices in New York, LA, and Salt Lake City, today announced they have combined forces with Secret Weapon Marketing, creative agency of record for Jack in the Box, the San-Diego based restaurant chain, to create a “Marry Bacon” campaign promoting their new BLT Cheeseburger Combo. www.struckaxiom.comwww.secretweapon.net
The overall campaign concept, created by Secret Weapon Marketing, features a guy who loves bacon so much that he marries it. Targeting young fast food lovers, the campaign launches with a StruckAxiom-created digital engagement at marrybacon.com.
So Mr Sandman spills some dream dust. The missus dreams of a hunky guy on a white horse, while the hubby clearly overdosing on the dust gets Adriana Lima, Chuck Liddell and Mötley Crue while driving a KIA around a racetrack surrounded by bikini-clad screaming fan girls. This couldn't get more male vs female stereotypical if it tried. But then hubby slams the car through to his wife's dream and steals her away from her dreamboat. I guess that makes it okay then? I don't know. I was distracted by all the boobage. Count them.
The 60 airs in the 4th quarter of the big game and features Adriana Lima scantily clad, mixed martial arts fighter Chuck Liddell set to Mötley Crüe onstage singing “Kickstart My Heart”
No...No nonono. It's not enoygh that a new father has to get financial advice from a baby, now that kids mate is speed dating in the maternity ward? E*trade, you've just overstepped the weird. He is literally cradlerobbing.
Extended version. A :60 airs in the 4th quarter of the big game and features Adriana Lima scantily clad, mixed martial arts fighter Chuck Liddell set to Mötley Crüe onstage singing “Kickstart My Heart” (who knew that those guys were still relevant).