I love it, although music doesn't wake me up nearly as effectively as a loud, monotonous beeping.
I still don't get it. If eating chocolate did that to those people I sure as hell won't want to eat it. But at least the Magnum ad had some relevance to the product. Starbucks has dogs jumping around and things hitting people in the face like some carnival of the bizarre.
Hitler: evil man, great fashion.
What the fudge are they selling? I don't know what a "frappuccino" is but I don't want it to explode in my face or have dogs jump out of it. I guess they have to do something like this to disguise the fact that starbucks is overpriced shit coffee.
I saw the other Welch's commercial, also with this guy in it. I like them both. He seems very honest. If I had money I might actually buy grape juice.
I also like the one where the Old Spice guy does that disturbing thing with his chest, but for different reasons.
I love it. Out of all the fast food brand coffees I've tried McDonalds is the best. Dunkin Donuts coffee tastes like styrofoam.
Except for the whole creepiness factor of having to step on people while ascending floors these are real clever. Good work.
The Hitler one was the best, by a lot. Most of the others I wish I hadn't seen.
This is just sickening, even worse than the other one about not needing to gas your car. I won't ever be buying michelin tires.
Yep. If you just change your tires you'll never need to put gas in your car! I remember when this fairy story came up more than a year ago, and now Michelin is perpetuating it.
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