PleaseRobMe aside, we all love Foursquare, right? Come on admit it. You know you do. You obsess over telling everyone where you are. You invent places just to get points. You covet badges. Admit it. It's a disease. But it's nothing new. It's just an extension of the Twitter disease which made us all think people actually give a shit what we're doing every single second of the day.
Enter Badges Like Us, a fairly lame rap rendition of the location-based game. Check it. Catch the lyrics on the video's YouTube page.
We wish we could have unearthed this ourselves but credit goes to AdWeek's Barbara Lippert...or whomever sent it to her...for finding this semi-hilarious spoof of the Old Spice I'm on a Horse commercial. Folk singers Emily and Matt set the copy of the commercial to John Denver's You Fill Up My Senses.
This is just one of the many spoofs out there paying homage to this Wieden + Kennedy-created commercial. When a commercial - yea, a lowly commercial - spawns this sort of viral love, you know you've got a hit on your hands.
We love the Dos Equis Most Interesting Man in the World campaign. Many people do. Because it's funny. And Weird. And, well, ridiculous. And Vitaminwater knows this. And so does Nike Trash Talk sneaker creator, philanthropist and Phoenix Suns' guard Steve Nash.
Nash appears in a series of Vitamin Water videos which spoof the Dos Equis Most Interesting Man in the World campaign. Nash's version is entitled The Most Ridiculous Man in the World. And it is ridiculous. And brilliant. Ridiculous and brilliant. When do you get to use those two words in the same sentence?
She said: "See I told you we deserved a Dodge Charger just as much as you do."
He said, "But, honey, it's your job to pretend we are perfect and that you love everything you do. Not to mention feel 'so fucking sorry' for us when Super Bowl commercials depict men as emasculated and oppressed."
It's not like a spoof of the Google's Parisian ad which ran during the Super Bowl is any surprise. It's how funny it is that surprises. Another gem from Landline TV. See how easy it is to conduct a kidnapping and demand the sale of a company as ransom.
Hahahaha. Nice Tim Tebow spoof. It's probably better than the real ad will be. What else is there to say? Enjoy. And get ready to be unimpressed when you see the real thing during the Super Bowl this Sunday.
Seems South Korea knows how to make great bedwetting ads. Last week Copyranter highlighted an ad that showed, in vivid color, the dreams of a boy peeing all over the place and enjoying it. This week, GoodNites agency, Diamond Ogilvy, pokes fun at a recent Georgio Armani ad that featured David Beckham.
Want to see the Tim Tebow ad? Rather, a Tauntra spoof of the Tim Tebow ad? Well, you can right here. Listen to Tim's Mom talk about how her doctor's told her her son wouldn't amount to anything and how she thinks abortions are bad.
If you're a Red Sox fan, you might like this three-spot spec campaign. Or, after viewing, you might not want to admit you're a Red Sox fan since all this campaign does is paint you a sore loser. You did beat the curse a few years ago, after all. Lighten up.