Absolutely hysterical. Best commercial of the year. The always adorable Leslie Jordan auditions for a Doritos commercial with hunky male models Joel Rush and Nick Ayler. Insanity ensues.
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The new PlayStation 4 commercial makes me cry EVERY TIME. The song, of course, is Lou Reed’s “Perfect Day” and it’ll do that to you, but the premise that two dudes’ idea of a perfect day is spending it together, killing each other in various video games, is so sweet and so bromantic, I wish I straight just so I could experience it.
Going head-to-head in today’s battle of the best commercials: The Ah-ha “Is that me? Was I singing?” commercial that cracks me up EVERY TIME I see it and the father teaching his twins to drive a stick shift (“You guys are doing a great job. Seriously.”). Which is your fave?
Omg,the sick guy in the new Alka Seltzer Plus D commercial is just so damn adorable, I looooooove him. I want to hug him and nurse him and kiss his hot little forehead and rub salves on his chest. The way he furrows his brow in annoyance when the voice-over guy tells him to get some hair products is SO CUTE. I’m so disappointed at the end when he’s all better and he’s combed his hair. He looked better sick. Ugh. I watch too much TV, don’t I?
Last night on the ABC Nightly News, Diane Sawyer did a piece on that new Christmas Kmart commercial that started airing this week, saying that “People were talking.” She thought people were talking about it because it was too early for Christmas commercial. I’VE been wanting to talk about it because that creepy-ass gingerbread man SCARES THE FUCK out of me. It’s like a horror movie. He’s OBVIOUSLY stalking that female office worker. Why is nobody talking about THAT? It’s like he’s some rapey cookie weirdo maniac that needs to be STOPPED. And then she looks vaguely aroused as she takes a taste of him. It’s just SO WRONG on SO MANY LEVELS. Watch it and let me know what you think.
Women ogle men with GINORMOUS bulges in this bizarro new Benefit mascara ad. The men slooooowly reach in and pull out… mascara tubes? Which they then bestow upon the grateful, slobbering women? Weird, weird, weird. Featuring the increasingly creepy Simon Rex and Vinny from the Jersey Shore. Really one of the oddest commercials I’ve ever seen. I mean, who would want to buy mascara that’s been on a sweaty crotch? (Don’t answer that.)