Asa Bailey is up to his stunts again. Claiming to have hacked the Saatchi & Saatchi Uk website. Of course it's all a joke because the site he hacked was http://saatchiandsaatchi.co.uk/, not the real Saatchi and Saatchi UK website.
So why the stunt? Asa has moved his company in right next door to the real Saatchi & Saatchi and wanted to have some fun.Oh, and it's all to promote Cream+, a recruitment company.
Youthfully charming Adify Media launched two promotional vids to illustrate that extra-special intra-personal something you'll get when your remnant ad inventory is placed in its warm, able hands.
The creative is formatted like eHarmony testimonials. Adify's merits are described in a leisurely, quasi-intimate way as both client and account strategist finish each other's sentences, make silly gestures, touch inappropriately and give each other weird sidelong looks when one coolly mentions having tried other algorithms before.
It's all just creepy enough to pass. Our only complaint is that everybody's already done the service-as-soulmate, let's-all-laugh-at-eHarmony thing, so it's got a mildly uncomfortable two-years-tardy feel.
That's cool though. No idea's original, yeah?
Spoofing the whole mail order bride thing, this ad reads, Are you Asian looking for an overweight, middle income, redheaded Caucasian husband with dorky glasses, a cheap watch and really hairy arms?"
Raisanen Creative does its part for the German economy: bringing much-needed international awareness to Scho-Ka-Kola, a chocolate energy product whose campy packaging has begged for spoofage for years without relief.
The mockumentary is particularly good if you happen to enjoy watching square-rimmed spectacle wearers make douchebag noises.
A YouTube commenter sums up this beer spoof quite well, writing, "Jesus Christ, you Americans have such a poor kind of humor. Very childish..." And if you really want to know just how bad our sense of humor is, check out this Stuckey & Murray commercial entitled Golden Shower.
And yes, that's exactly what it's all about. Complete with a Dirty Sanchez too.
- The magic that is Cleveland -- deux!
- Be better, pledge to succeed.
- The Obama Administration lists all its social media links. And we thought we were whores.
- "4A'S PRESIDENT IS BIG ADSCAM FAN!" o_O
- Apple rejects NIN iPhone app. Three people in the charted universe shit a brick.
- Cell phone sex ed.
- How to pass for J-Lo. On Google.
- Revisiting the sad fate of Dominos' Pasta Dude.
"Buy some food that's prepared near the street!"
Just one of the things you can look forward to when you visit Cleveland, according to this hastily made tourist video spoof -- which, incidentally, is generating hundreds of thousands more views than the official Cleveland plug.
Darryl Ohrt at Brand Flakes for Breakfast also points out the video's second in organic results when you search "cleveland, tourism" on Google.
What do you do when you don't have a big budget or a lot of ideas? Homage! I don't mean a great spoof for spoof's safe, but actual commercials for products, like...
- The Cleveland Cavaliers add a twist to the Heinken shoe closet spot. Score! (The extended version, too long.)
- Next, Dear Jane Sample finds a damm good Obama impersonator for Lastman's Bad Boy Furniture in Toronto. (Extra points on the name alone.)
- Freecreditreport.com? Hold up a sec, Uncle Sam fires back with annualcreditreport.com.
Microsoft's objectively douchey "Laptop Hunters" was overripe for parody from moment of launch, hence this spoof featuring Homeless Frank, who's offered a grand to buy a PC.
He's surprisingly savvier than the ever-certain Giampaolo -- who, as you recall, gets all wiggy about computers with built-in cameras. In contrast, the discerning Homeless Frank is all, "Second-rate Korean components. Terrible anti-virus software." He also manages to give Apple its props without calling the laptops "sexy."
Sucks about that chronic cough though.
Just a wee bit o' magic, brought to you by Landline TV.