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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.
Most certainly somewhat NSFW, this month old Combusting Herpes spoof of Google's recent release of Google Glass is hilarious and has fun with the product's "progressive pretentiousness." The awesomeness of the spoof is that it calls attention to the idiocy of some technologies that many of us really don't an will never need.
It was funny the first time. It was mildly amusing the second time. It began to grate the third time. The fourth, well, it's like being forced to watch Rebecca Black's Friday over and over again with toothpicks holding your eyelids open.
Yea. It's plastic surgeon extraordinaire Dr. Michael Salzhauer again. This time, as "Booty Doc," he's having fun with LMFAO's Party Rock. This work follows his ribbing of Old Spice, Shades of Grey and Justin Bieber.
As tired as this has become, secretly, we can't wait to see what he'll parody next.
Remember Google Chrome: Coffee, the video Google created that showed how a guy used Google to get an old girlfriend to have coffee with him? Ever wonder what Jen's response would have been to Mark's persistance? Well, now we know. The guys over at UCBComedy created a spoof response to the video that portrays Mark in a completely different light.
It's not hilarious but it does have a few funny moments.
For years, marketers have used statistics to prop up questionable endeavors and agencies have done the same to pimp their lame ass, wicked cool ideas to clients. The beauty of statistics is that you can manipulate the numbers any way you see fit to support whatever it is you are trying to sell.
So it is without surprise that wunderkind of the moment, social media, is a treasure trove of less than reliable stats. UK site, The Poke has taken it upon themselves to have a little fun with all the bullshit statistics currently being slung about regarding social media.
Check out this speech given by Union of European Football Association President Michael Platini on the topic of guerrilla marketing during championship games. Bavaria beer is said to be behind the work. Check it out.
Feeling they no longer get our due respect, last night Conan O'brien highlighted commercials from Yoplait, Mutual of Omaha, Kraft Milkbites and...um...shoplifting. It's not your typical ad review. Give it a look.
We're pretty sure Coke isn't going to like this. We're pretty sure this video won't be up for long. We're pretty sure the people who created the video had a lot of fun making it. We're pretty sure all the girls hugging the machine need to go get a real man. And we're pretty sure we really, really like this spoof.
Dr. Schnoz, the "Nose King of Miami," is at it again with another Old Spice spoof. This one features "the man standing next to the man who could make your man look more like me" reading romantic novel Fifty Shades of Grey.
Last week, the good doctor, Dr. Michael Salzhauer, came out with his initial Old Spice parody which, to date, has garnered 205,993 views. Can Salzhauer reclaim the glory this week? We aren't sure. We called the initial work the worst Old Spice parody we have ever seen. Then again Rebecca Black's Friday Friday has achieved over 30 million views to date.
Aside from the assuredly unintended innuendo of the title, this guide from Captains of Industry entitled, Market Penetration Guide For Girl Scouts, offers up sure fire advice on how to sell Girl Scout cookies through social media.