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Just as we've always suspected, dogs are awesome and these videos show why they are our best friends. In clip one, a big dog saved another in China after it was found with a broken leg. The bigger dog carried around the little one in a bucket as it recovered from its injuries. In clip two, a commercial out of London, England showcases how dogs bring up the spirits of their owners. The Mayhew House made the commercial to encourage people to adopt dogs.
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It's cold in Canada, but Duracell has decided to help the country stay warm. The company has created hand warming areas at bus stops around the country in order to help with the chilly conditions. This is a great idea and an awesome marketing campaign.
Dan Muessig is a real defense attorney in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with a flair for the dramatic. His new brutally honest commercial is actually pretty funny, despite its ridiculous message. Muessig's clever campaign featuring several different types of "criminals" is likely ruffling feathers with lawmakers, but making him a pretty popular lawyer in the area. Anyone else think he might be a big Breaking Bad fan with his "Better Call Saul" type tactics?
We're just wondering how many times they had to reset this and start over. To promote their new WRX STI, Subaru raced it against a long popsicle stick bomb. At least the RC version of the car. Because if we didn't tell you that, you might have been thinking, "Dang, those are some huge sticks."
This KFC ad from South Africa is the center of some controversy and is being called racist. The commercial follows a young South African girl who struggles to feel at home in her un-native Thailand until a fellow student at her international school takes her to a KFC. Perhaps the same stereotypes don't exist in South Africa as in the United States, but from a company based in America, this ad is being seen as more than a little insensitive.
Pepsi Max is bringing the extraordinary to life with their "Unbelievable Feats and Experiences" campaign. They just featured Damien Walters performing a stunt straight out of Sonic the Hedgehog. Now, they've pulled out a deck of cards and introduced Javier Jarquin, who makes card throwing seem like an art form. The guy throws cards with almost deadly skills, like he's the real-life Gambit from X-Men. His nickname fits him so well, because he truly is the "Card Ninja."
You remember that Volvo ad Jean-Claude Van Damme did, right? Well, he's really testing his skills again. Only this time, he's going to space. Okay, not really, but this is still pretty cool.
Valentine's Day is probably one of the most common days for marriage proposals in the US, which means countless men around the country are getting down on one knee... after maxing out their credit card for a blingin' ring. But why are engagement rings even a thing? Let CollegeHumor fill you in about where the idea came from... and why it's all just a big scam.
You know that god awful noise that comes from your television or radio every so often that makes your ears ring even minutes after it has ended? Well, the Swiss government decided to spare their people, and their ears, and actually made their emergency alert test something that is interesting to watch. It also happens to look just like a game of Mouse Trap.
Some commercials reel you in before you even know what they are selling. This touching commercial, which focuses on a man learning to read just so he is able to read his son's book, may seem like it is selling something to do with literacy, but you may be surprised what it is actually advertising.
This ad for The Sunday Times in Britain is remarkable. They have seemlessly recreated famous movie scenes. Using a continuous shot, we see Forrest Gump, Reservoir Dogs, and more.
Nope. Bruce Willis isn't here to blow anything up. He's here to hug. Honda knows that safety is very important, so hug the ones you love as a reminder to drive safe! #hugfest