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Loved the LMAO Clinic. The ass-in-a-bag was priceless.
It's going to be hard to top Pedigree.
Liked Audi, like Dylan/Pepsi, missed Doritos and Toyota, have a long way to go before I can tweet and watch simultaneously.
What else do you have for a feed? Is the SB on Swedish TV?
It's got a nice Fantasia-like feel to it, but I have to be honest: I could comfortably live the rest of my life without seeing any more cutesy anthropomorphized animals.
For what the brand is, it's kind of cute.
If the courts starting slapping people down for parody, we've all got big trouble. From what I recall, parody has been a hallmark of trademark law since dinosaurs walked the earth. Unless they're trying to say it looked too much like an actual Virgin ad, which seems ridiculous, now that so many people have said they recognized it as a parody.
Funny stuff. The first two bits get a bit old around the fourth repeat or so, but still enough good gags to keep it going.
It IS funny, and I've always loved the baby. But as I've said before, I also think "sophomoric" is a compliment.
Yuck. This is NOT what I was talking about somewhere else, where I suggested a Hodgman spoof would be a good thing. They just took the Hodgman line and pasted it onto their normal ineffective advertising. Yuck. Yuck.
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