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Old people are playing football with a bag of Doritos, a guy ditched his girlfriend for personal time with bags of Doritos, and there's now a weird Doritos dance... This could only mean one thing: it's time for another year of crashing the Super Bowl, the annual contest where fans submit their own Doritos ads for a chance to see them air during the big game. This marks the contest's eighth year and its world premiere. Submissions are already buzzing around the web and we just can't wait to see the winners! But on another note, is anyone else getting a strong craving for those nacho cheese smothered chips?
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A holidays Kmart commercial called "Show Your Joe" has many with their panties in a bunch (pardon the pun). The ad features a group of dashing men performing a rather unique interpretation of the classic Christmas carol "Jingle Bells" all decked out in boxers. Also, the bells are not in their hands. What's your take? Too much or clever advertising?
The folks at Slacktory have released a trailer for The Avengers with the premise of the movie being solely based on outtakes. From Thor to Captain America to Iron Man, The Avengers seem to be having a great time but aren't kicking ass as expected. This version seems like it would produce a bunch of laughs and little explosion. Get your popcorn ready!
Growing up, your mom likely told you to "eat your vegatables!" Well, now an ad agency known as Victors & Spoils is getting in on the game. The agency has been putting out ads in New York about the joys of eating broccoli and Rhett & Link 2 are showing the merits (or lack thereof) to publicizing the little green trees.
Elite Daily has revealed a new app that doesn't need to be downloaded: My F*cking Brain. The common sense tool allows you to go about your day by making logical choices. If you can't stand making stupid decisions, just start up your noggin.
Smoking is hazardous for your health, but a new, well-produced ad from Marlboro fails to recognize the real dangers of their products. Instead of showing the toll that smoking takes on your body, the major cigarette company decided to go a bit more dramatic with their warning of another dangerous side effect of enjoying a smoke.
Check out this handy new invention, revealed at this year's "Chair Invention Convention" (CIC may or may not be a real thing... because it's not), that quickly turns your pants into a makeshift chair! Oh, nigahiga, you've done it again.
We've seen a lot of companies advertise their products recently by creating viral video marketing campaigns. Typically the videos involve "real life" potential customers getting the living crap scared out of them. john st. marketing shows us with this video, just how scary they could be if they tried their hand at this type of advertising... and it is ridiculously hilarious.
There's nothing like traumatizing a customer to get them to remember your product. That's the ridiculous premise of john st.'s latest parody video. They promise to scare your clients so bad that they won't have a choice whether to remember your brand or not because it will have been seared into their brains in the dramatic process. John St. promises to "give your customers an experience they'll never, ever forget." They encourage muggings, riots, kidnappings, and any other extreme scare tactics to get people to notice your brand. See what our hosts thought about this viral maketing parody.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield kept us all entertained almost on a daily basis from outer space. Now he's back on Earth and ready to share the knowledge. Check out this quirky commercial for his book, "An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth," where he shares extraordinary stories from his 35 years as an astronaut. He was Commander of the International Space Station until he retired this year.
Shooting a cat food commercial sounds like a pretty simple task, right? Well think again. This guy, who may or may not be DamItsGood808's Alex Farnham, is slowly starting to lose it as he struggles to pitch his cat food. Watch his "performance" go from bad to worse. Oh yeah - and why the heck is his tail in front? Check out more of our hilarious Daily Huh? videos.
To promote their new diesel-fueled CR-V, Honda has made a commercial that shows how the impossible is possible (or at least makes it seem that way).