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If you think kissing with tongues is fun, wait until you try catching a car with your tongue as these two car lovers do in this clip. This video, called Tongue Match, for the Peugeot 206CC and created by Euro RSCG 4D in Germany, directed by Thierry Poiraud, gives a whole new meaning to tonguing.
Numa Numa creator Gary Brolsma fame boy said it best himself. "I really don't know how it happened, the Internet is a mighty place, obviously nothing too interesting must be happening because my stupid video debuted on CNN...the ONLY place I uploaded it was Newgrounds, and now it's everywhere." That it is as well as many spoofs of his original work collected on this website. Even Oprah's Oxygen Network has jumped on board with a recently created version of their own including, presumably, Oxygen network staffers belting out the network's signature "Oh!" to the kooky Numa Numa tune. There's even an "Oh!" logo at the end.
The video does not seem to be directly available on the Oxygen site but is hosted there and is deep linked from the Gary Brolsma fan site. We wonder if they just created it for internal enjoyment or if they meant for it to leak virally. We think it will be the latter now. Make sure you see Gary's original too.
Usually sperm are on a single minded mission and not much can be done to stop them from accomplishing that mission. One lone sperm in this viral, the first to make rounds on the new ViralBomb email list, approaches the point of return and does experience second thoughts. You'll chuckle at what's being promoted.
Dabitch from the weblog Adland has launched a mailing list where "creators worldwide announce their release of a new campaign (since the web is worldwide), where viral colleagues in the business, ad bloggers, rubbernecked viral addicts, trade press journalists and other web heads are on the list and can stay hip to the latest." If you're interested, sign up here.
Good Or Bad Viral?
the now corporation and HB XIV created a site, intended to virally call attention to hunger, called For Mother's Day which included a video montage of women breastfeeding babies. The site originally linked to charitable hunger-relief organization America's Second Harvest until they complained, sending a threatening letter to Domains by Proxy, under which the now corporation had registered the site, asking the link to America's Second Harvest be removed from the For Mother's Day site. Even though the video could be seen as a bit racy by some, Hollywood actor Jeff Bridges, who runs his own hunger-relief organization called the End Hunger Network, had no problem with it and sent a complimentary note to the now corporation's president, Owen Plotkin. The For Mother's Day site now links to Bridges' End Hunger Network site and, heeding the request from America's Second Harvest, Plotkin removed that organization's link from the Mother's Day site.
Following the creation of the For Mother's Day site, Plotkin launched Paris Hilton Films, another site intended to virally spread the end hunger message. Paris Hilton Films, which features Carl's Jr. imagery of Hilton and pseudo videos, prominently features Bridges End Hunger site. Plotkin says, of these two efforts, he is simply trying to raise awareness of hunger issues. While acknowledging the racy aspects of his efforts, he doesn't understand why an organization like America's Second Harvest would want to limit exposure to its efforts.
Random Culture points to this Applebee's DunkTank online game in which you upload a picture of yourself, crop your face, dress yourself in a choice of clothing and dunk yourself like one of those carnival games. Random Culture says it's pretty funny. We'll take his word for it. When we realized we had to upload a picture of ourself, we decided it was too much work so we'll just show you Random Culture's pic instead.
Planned Parenthood has released a little video, called "The G Spot," which, you guessed it, talks about how babies are made. In a humorous manner and without holding anything back, including pre-ejaculate, the video features two characters shaped like sexual organs. Predictably, it's the male organ who can't wait to get busy and the female organ who says, "wait a minute," and proceeds to give a lesson in how sperm make their way to the eggs.
Well here's more proof that, apparently, hot, nude girls are still seen as viable props to sell video games. Along the lines of the Touch deodorant spot which showed a guy undressing women with simply because he used the deodorant, these boys have a bit of fun once they realize their Juiced game consoles control the girl's clothing.
It's Not That Hard
Handling a serious issue in a light hearted manner, British pop star Rachel Stevens, on behalf of British male cancer awareness group Everyman, seductively asks men, in an online video called Rachel Gets Fruity, to keep a close eye on her and to put their hands down their pants. While the video, at first, might appear to be England's version of self gratification education, it's really just a sultry invitation for men to frequently, and, if possible, in a non-sexual manner, check out the family jewels for lumps or bumps which could be signs of testicular cancer. After instructing men how to handle their balls, Rachel says, "See, it's not that hard, is it?" Then, peering intriguingly down into the camera, Rachel realizes some things are always hard for a man and exclaims, "Oh, it is."
UPDATE: Mirror site here. Apparently, that hand in the pants thing got exciting.
While we knew the website that promoted an undersea train/subway from Paris to New York was a hoax all along, Adrants reader, Bruno points us to a story in LeJournalduNet which reveals the prankster to be a travel site called Voyages-sncf.com. Apparently, a supporting campaign has been launched which, today, revealed the truth behind the hoax and includes online and transit elements.