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Talk about striking while the iron is hot!
March 30th, 2016 under Ads. [ Comments: none ]


via Weird Al Yankovic
If you have been on social media recently, then you have seen the hashtag #FeelTheBern for Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders. Well, you weren’t alone because the AIDS Healthcare Foundation saw it too and that gave them an idea. They came up with a new brilliant billboard campaign for STD testing awareness and used the slogan “Feel the burn?” Gonorrhea and Chlamydia are on the rise and Jason Farmer, Senior Director of Creative at AIDS Healthcare Foundation feels that, “Senator Sanders’ powerful message resonates with a lot of Americans, particularly young people. We hope that our lighthearted—but highly important—billboard campaign for STD testing will as well.”
So if you feel the burn, then you can get tested for free at one of their Wellness Centers. If you are feeling the burn and go to get tested, when you are done buy some condoms and use them whenever you are having sex.

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Burger King’s Angriest Whopper will leave your butthole flame broiled
March 29th, 2016 under Ads. [ Comments: none ]


Remember around Halloween time, Burger King sold a Whopper with black buns that turned your poop green? Well, on March 31st they have a new flame broiled sandwich that will flame your mouth going in and then the lower mouth on the way out. That’s because the Angriest Whopper has hot sauce baked into the bun and in between its stuffed with thick-cut bacon, American cheese, iceberg lettuce, tomatoes, angry onion petals, jalapeños, creamy mayonnaise and spicy angry sauce . I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to try it. As much as I love on it on Thursday, I am going to hate it on Friday!

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Charo has a mouthful of the Burger King’s hot dog!
February 24th, 2016 under Ads. [ Comments: none ]


When I think of hot dogs, I don’t think of Charo but for some reason Burger King did. That is why they asked her to be in their commercial to promote their newest food item. Which no one understand why the burger joint is selling them.
Anyways, I would love to say this ad made me Cuchi-Cuchi, but I can’t. She is so much better than this.
But on a positive note, at least we have her television again and you can never get enough Charo. Can you?

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Steven Tyler can hit a note so high, it can crack glass!
February 4th, 2016 under Ads, Aerosmith. [ Comments: none ]


If you have ever heard Steven Tyler sing, then you know that he can hit some really high notes. In fact, Skittles used his high notes to their advantage when they asked him to do a Super Bowl ad for them.
In the commercial they had someone make a painting of him using just Skittles. When the Aerosmith singer doesn’t like it, he convinces his Dorian Gray to sing his hit Dream On as high as possible. Why? So the picture will shatter into a million rainbow pieces.
Well, the advertisement was so effective that when ITV’s This Morning aired it, it actually cracked the camera’s screen.
If you would’ve told anyone that his octave is high enough to break glass, they would’ve said dream on. But it is. Which pretty gosh darn cool!
To see the full ad, then click here!

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Tomat-no!
December 31st, 2015 under Ads. [ Comments: none ]


Did you know that tomatoes are an aphrodisiac? Well they are and Aldi Supermarkets in Australia used that fact for their advantage with this new commercial. They reworked the lyrics of Boyz II Men’s I’ll Make Love to You and had a man do stuff to the vegetable/fruit that is, well, just watch and you will understand why I can’t talk about it.

xoxo Brian!

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Crystal Pepsi is back!
December 9th, 2015 under Ads. [ Comments: 1 ]


Back in the ’90s, Crystal Pepsi was thing for like a minute and for some reason Pepsi has decided to bring it back? I’ve never heard anyone say, “I would die for a Crystal Pepsi.” Have you? Plus, if I remember it was like disgusting.
So if you like the see-thru cola, go to PepsiPass.com to enter for a chance to win one of the 13,000 6-packs by the December 11th.
What’s next? McDLTs? Gigabits? Jolt Cola? Jell-O 123?

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JetBlue teaches us flight etiquette
September 10th, 2015 under Ads. [ Comments: none ]




While most airlines only have videos about how not to die in plane crash, JetBlue has videos on how to get killed on a plane. Their flight safety videos are all about etiquette because let’s be honest, we’ve all had a horrible experience flying at some point. Like that neighbor who won’t shut up (which is me) or the person who eats smelly food and none of that compares to trying to board. Why is that so difficult? Well now we know how to avoid all of that or maybe not?
Either way, it reminds me why I only fly JetBlue. Well that, and they are the only nonstop from Burbank to NYC! And their free yummy snacks.

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The McWhopper needs to happen!
August 26th, 2015 under Ads. [ Comments: none ]


September 21st is Peace One Day and Burger King wants to make peace with McDonald’s for the day with the McWhopper. The bottom half will be the Whopper, the top is the Big Mac and I am drooing already. So McDonald’s accept this proposal because I must have this.
Granted, I could just go to McDonald’s and Burger King, buy a Big Mac and a Whopper and make one myself. But it won’t be the same or will it? I will let you know later today.

UPDATE: McDonald’s responded to Burger King and there is reason why their sales are declining. They suck and don’t get what a brilliant idea BK had with their appeal. If they did, they would’ve understood that this would’ve been great publicity for both fast food joints.

Dear Burger King,
Inspiration for a good cause… great idea.
We love the intention but think our two brands could do something bigger to make a difference.
We commit to raise awareness worldwide, perhaps you’ll join us in a meaningful global effort?
And every day, let’s acknowledge that between us there is simply a friendly business competition and certainly not the unequaled circumstances of the real pain and suffering of war.
We’ll be in touch.
-Steve, McDonald’s CEO
P.S. A simple phone call will do next time.

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Is this Penn & Teller ad magical or a major fail?
August 6th, 2015 under Ads. [ Comments: none ]


Penn & Teller have taken their act to Broadway for a few weeks. The magicians really want you to see their show, so much so that they took out a billboard that reads, “They’ll blow you”.
That is enough to get me to go. After all, we know that they can make magic happen!

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Even Ariana Grande’s dog is more employable than she is!
July 28th, 2015 under Ads, Animals. [ Comments: none ]


We know that celebrities love to carry their pooches around in the purses, so Coach came up with an advertising campaign using celebs dogs. The pampered pups are Lady Gaga’s Asia, Miranda Kerr’s Frankie and Ariana Grande’s Toulouse. No word if the ads include Grande’s Beagle-Chihuahua mix licking a donut. If they did, I would buy a Coach purse.
Not only did Coach put this canines to work, they donated money to their favorite charities. Those charities are Downtown Dog Rescue, Best Friends Animal Society’s No Kill Los Angeles and Chicago French Bulldog Rescue.

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