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Well here's another strange one. UK ginger beer brand Ginger Joe's created a billboard with a giant mustache on it. The mustache consists of hair from redheads or, as they are referred to in England, gingers.
A set of videos accompanies the billboard and gives insight into where all that red hair came from.
Some brands are worth killing for. At least that seems to be the message in this Australian commercial for Billycock jeans. In the video, we see a woman wearing just a shirt and a thing. She opens the trunk and, well, you just have to watch the ad to find out. Apparently, the ad has been banned. We can understand why.
This has to be the most overly long, weird, twisted, strange beer commercial we've seen in a while. But we're not surprised by it. After all, it comes to us from the folks who are obsessed with banging. Yea, that kind of banging. this time around the Bombardier tells us all about fishing and why catching fish is really all about the tackle in your pants.
What we really want to know about this newish Hardee's commercial called Cheese which pimps the chains new Cheddar Biscuit is what it's like to be the person cast because they have a gummy smile or a bad mustache or goofy eyes or love acid washed jeans. Yea. What is it like to be hired because you either are a strange looking person or your asked to at least try to look like one? We suppose it really doesn't matter as long as the advertiser's check clears.
Oh how Google loves to have fun. On holidays we get witty logo redesigns. On other occassions, we get...well...we don't want to spoil the surprise. Go to Google and do a search for "do a barrel roll," "tilt" or "askew. We're happy to bring you this Thursday afternoon time waster.
To illustrate the wonders of its new thermal imaging and night vision assist technology, Audi created a Halloween-themed video showing just how the technology works. In the video, we see trick or treaters walking across the street. As the camera pans back, we realize we are looking at these children from a screen located within the Audi A6.
We suppose a feature like this is cool and all but there's another really cool feature on cars that helps drivers see at night. They're called headlights and they're really, really cool. They light things up. They make it easy to see at night. And, one assumes, they're probably a hell of a lot cheaper to make, install and maintain than a dashboard-installed computer screen which actually requires the driver to take his eyes off the road to use.
Here's another slice of crazy from the brand that makes crazy normal. Cadbury Dairy Milk is out with Simply the Best, an underwater anthem of sorts. All to motivate British swimmer Rebecca Adlington who is training for next year's Olympics.
Created by HyperNaked, all sorts of people hang out at the bottom of Rebecca's training pool and sing Tina Turner's Simply the Best. Yea, it's pretty strange. That's a lot of underwater aquatics!
Here's a weird one for you. Taking full advantage of Hallowwen, BBH Asia Pacific created this Scream Stopper campaign for Chupa Chupa. Basically, it's a lollipop you stick in someone's mouth to put an end to their "embarrassing shrieks of terror." leading up to Halloween, thousands of Chupa Chupa lollipops were distributed to horror movie attendees throughout Singapore.
In this mysterious video, Unzip, some hot chick appears to be trying to escape from a cage made out of fabric. With pulsating sound effects and a whispered "unzip," we are teased to return on November 8 to see just who, exactly, is being unzipped. Do we care? Do you? Does anybody? Unlikely except for the marketer that sent this to us.
Here's some hilarity for the day. On October 19, The Daily Iowan published a front page story with the headline, "Despite poll, legal pot not near" along with the image of a bong. Innocent enough. Well, that is until the advertising department inadvertently got involved and slapped one of those sticker ads on the front page. According to Daily Iowan Editor, the newspaper only sells a couple of the stickers each year but this particular sticker from PWC read, "Grow your own way" lending a bit of unintentional hilarity to the front page story. Thanks for the tip @CampanaroCA.