Let's see what they do when Zoo York comes out with Ron Jeremy edition skateboards. Won't be so funny then will it?
I saw a beaver in the Lunesta sleep aid ads. Really don't know what the fuss is about.
I hope they give out Xerox logo Christmas ornaments next year. I'll put it right next to my Konica Minolta logo Christmas ornament. Freakin' sweet.
I prefer product demos and then cutting away to happy, successful people. You know, like a guy in a towel using deodorant and then we see him on his way to work on the bus holding an overhead strap. Look! No wetness! Next thing you know he's getting approving looks from everyone on the bus, including the bus driver! The last scene would be of our hero and the bus driver both raising their arms in victory at a professional wrestling match. Their favorite wrestler has won! Look! No wetness! Then they hug each other. Like friends. Hello Axe people, ever hear of marketing to people without resorting to weird and depraved women in prison concepts? I GUESS NOT!
I was kind of hoping that BBH would do something cooler. That spot feels a bit 1990's Coke v. Pepsi.
Well, let's be thankful they didn't go with Scro-Soft™.
If I give Test Man the V sign, he better return the love. I don't care whether it feels natural to him or not. Suck it up little wireless man and deal with it.
Great spot. I wonder what a Jehovah's witness would've done.
Once again the minions of perversion have been struck down in their sordid lairs and decency has prevailed. Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition.
Can't wait to see what they do with the magazine inserts.
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