Really, it's only fair we include the Abercrombie & Fitch beekcake version of Call Me Maybe. After all, there are far too many ads that feature hot women. Isn't about time we had some ads that feature hot guys? We think so. So anyone who enjoys viewing the impossible perfect abs of young, Abercrombie & Fitch guys, have a look at this.
And for anyone interested in looking at equally hot women do the Call Me Maybe thing, check out the Miami Dolphin Cheerleaders version.
Nike is out with an ad which gives us hope that just because we will one day be old doesn't mean we have to act all grown up and never have any fun. While age might slow a former soccer player down physically, it will never take away his passion for the game.
In the ad, called Magic Soccer Night, we see a group of men slip out of their homes in the middle of the night and trespass on a soccer field to relive the glory of their youth. While on the field, the actions of the older players are intercut with their younger selves.
In typical Nike fashion, the ad is uplifting and speaks to the inner athlete in all of us. We especially love the tagline, Still Doing It.
It's been a while since we've seen Kelly Brook in the ad world. Apparently, she's been shoved aside by the latest busty babe of the moment, Kate Upton. The last time we saw Kelly she was writhing with sexual desire as an angel left behind in a Lynx ad.
Now Kelly can be seen in a Philips ad, created by UK-based WDMP, giving a Pete Cashmore look-a-like a shave. It's not your every day barber shop though. Oh no. No fat, graying white men handling the razor. Just Kelly clad in a shiny black leather dress out of which her ample breasts bulge. And this isn't your every day shave either.
Don't worry, Pete. Lisa is way hotter than Kelly!