Dayum! Who knew ice cream was so hot? So hot that it rips a shirt off a guy's chest. So hot that it melts a woman's high heeled shoes. So hot it melts a necklace. So hot it melts the straps of a woman's dress unleashing her breasts from the confines of her gown allowing them to burst forth in tantalizing slow motion as the camera....wait...where were we? Oh, sorry.
Yea, this is an ice cream commercial for Nestle's Joya. It was created by Geller Nessis/Publicis.
Last month, Ashton Kutcher and Brazilian model Alessandra ambrosia were seen in Brazil shooting a campaign for fashion brand Colcci. These images over at Radar Online are the result of that shoot. The pair are now the face of the brand, replacing Gisele Bundchen.
The Brazilian football club Santos can currently be seen in an ad for, well, we really don't know (something about their match with the Japanese football team) but we do know some would label the ad less than kind to those of Asian descent. In the ad, team members can be seen doing that thing you do with your fingers to make your eyes squint, an action deemed humorous decades ago but, today is, rightfully, seen, at least in America, as rude and, some would say, racist.
However, as some commenters on YouTube have bluntly pointed out ("fuck you American idiots"), in Brazil, this maneuver is not racist, rather it's a sign of affection for the Japanese. Every culture has it's own rules when it comes to this sort of thing and applying one set of rules globally isn't always the correct way to go.
If any Brazilian or Japanese readers would like to shed additional light on this, we'd love to have your input.
Anyone who doesn't already know the ingredients of a hot dog consist mainly of the crap that falls on the floor after all the good stuff has been cut off the pig or the cow will find this new campaign informative. A billboard, located near the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, from the Cancer Project of the nonprofit Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine reads, "Warning: Hot Dogs Can Wreck Your Health." The headline is accompanied by an image of a cigarette pack filled with hot dogs.
Let's be clear right up front. This is a terrible ad. Not because it pokes fun at the wandering attention span of men when faced with the choice of listening to one's spouse prattle on about paint colors or ogling hot women in bikinis teasingly caressing each other. No. But because it looks like it was produced inside the mind of a 15 year old boy in heat peeping through a hole into the girls locker room where the cheerleading squad is in various stages of undress suiting up for their football game appearance.