Take a trip in my time machine to 1992, when Hasbro Flirt Squirts commercials aired on television, trying to convince girls to secretly spray their friends with water guns disguised as a calculator, candy, nail polish, lipstick, portable cassette player, and sunglasses. Those were different times, weren’t they? I can’t
This is a video from Maybelline (FULL DISCLOSURE: I wasn’t born with it, and it isn’t Maybelline either, just hard living) showing off the giant eyelash they attached to London double-decker buses and subway cars to drive under a giant mascara brush of Sky High Mascara. Call me crazy, but
This is a video of realtor Sam Cooper (who’s allegedly “sold thousands of homes” in his lifetime, presumably in 50 and 100 packs) giving a brief tour of a home’s entryway and the grand handpainted mural present there, informing the viewer he’s hired a contractor to paint over the whole
Because if there’s a chance it might make a dollar, you should manufacture it, there’s a Cthulhu Chia Pet. Available on Amazon (affiliate link), it looks like the lovechild of a Predator, Davy Jones from Pirates of The Caribbean, and Bob Ross. Now that’s a freaky-deaky love triangle if I’ve
This is a video of musician The Kiffness (previously) creating a live-looping remix of a man on a Spanish beach selling Coca-Cola. It’s a tasty tropical jam. And I’m not just saying that because I’m a Coke fan, but I am. I mean I always have been, but my parents
To celebrate the 35th anniversary of the rickrolling hit (and sell some roadside assistance in the process), Rick Astley teamed up with AAA Insurance to create a scene-for-scene remake of the music video for ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ as an ad for the insurance giant. This is that video.
This is a 1985 commercial for the all new size Chevy Astro Van, back when minivans were still megafun and not just sad boxes to tote your screaming tykes around in. They really need to start making commercials like this again, because I’d buy whatever they’re selling. The 30-second ad
These are several shots of a home for sale in Onalaska, Wisconsin that’s tastefully decorated with several ‘LIVE LAUGH LOVE’ style signs like ‘THIS KITCHEN IS MADE FOR DANCING’ and ‘WELCOME TO POUNDTOWN’ in the master bedroom. Sold! The home, which is available for $420,000 (and not $420,690 like they