The Puke in My Mouth hotties are back with a spoof of LMFAO's Sorry for Party Rocking. This time they're promoting jewelry site boticca.com. The video stars the pair posing as two fashionistas sporting Boticca's international accessories, poking fun at "fashion clones" and shopping through a number of fashion and style blogs.
Yup. We could watch these ladies do anything.
Not quite akin to seeing Kate Upton in what seems to be every single commercial aired in the last three months, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin, within a week, has made appearances in an adidas an and, today, in a Gatorade ad.
The TBWA\Chiat\Day LA ad is routine famous athlete stuff. In this case, it's Griffin vigorously training in various scenarios with help, of course, from Gatorade.
Close-Up toothpaste is sort of a dead brand in America. But not overseas. Oh no. At least not according to this new work from Lowe and production company Hungry Man. Touting the brand's new Deep Action line, which is said to eliminate 99 percent of germs and provide breath three times cooler, the commercial reveals why the brand may have gone too far formulating the new product.
Like a bunch of 13-year-old girls meeting One Direction, Beatles-style mania breaks out as no one can keep themselves from sucking face with the nearest available random stranger on the street.
Ladies, correct me if I'm wrong but some of the reasons you wear lingerie are to feel confident about yourself, to show off your assets and to please the insatiable desire of your partner, right?
But what if one of the reasons you wore lingerie was to help starving children in Africa? How sexy would that be? Well, one woman, University of Texas graduate Tara Smith thinks it would be very sexy so she set out to launch a line of lingerie that will donate 100 percent of its profits to the antipoverty cause.