This video shows Apple’s advertising effort for the holidays. Unsurprisingly, it features a host of Apple products front and center, with a generous dollop of schmaltz thrown in for good measure.
Seen a classic advert on TV that made you laugh, blew your mind or had a cool theme tune. Well have a look here because you just might find the video of that TV advertisement right here.
It turns out that just like everybody else in the world, including the Queen of England, Santa Claus occasionally needs to poop. Yep, old Saint Nick himself sometimes goes number two.
We know this because Poo Pourri filmed Santa on the toilet and used the footage as the basis for a TV ad. With some rather annoying ginger children included for good measure.
Most of us don’t trust our banks . This isn’t surprising given how most of them have messed us over in recent years.
In an effort to regain the trust of old and new customers alike, the Norwegian bank Nordnet has created an advert which removes all the fakery and falsehoods seen in most banking ads.
The Christmas adverts released by several retailers are becoming more epic every year, as they try to compete with each other for business. At least that’s the case in the UK.
This video shows the new Christmas 2014 commercial for Sainsbury’s supermarkets. And it’s one that will surely tug at your heartstrings.
Anyone who drinks and drives in this day and age is an absolute idiot. Everybody knows the risk, and it just isn’t worth it to have that extra couple of beers or save the money on a taxi. If you’re going to drink, then don’t drive.
This Budweiser ad explains why by pulling on the heartstrings. It worked for me.
Apple makes iconic ads that all ooze a certain charm. Or, if you’re that way inclined, a smarmy vibe that suggests everyone who works at Apple thinks an awful lot of themselves.
Whatever your take, these ads are ripe for mocking, which is exactly what IKEA has done.
The Old Spice commercials from the past few years have pushed the boundaries when it comes to our idea of what an advert should be.
But this latest one, featuring Terry Crews drilling his way to Brazil and beyond, takes the insanity to a whole new level.
Amazon is preparing to launch a new piece of hardware, with an event pencilled in for June 18th in Seattle.
Some ordinary Amazon customers are actually being invited to the launch event, and the lucky people in this video even got a sneak preview of the new shiny shiny.
Jon Lajoie may have outdone himself with his latest song, which mocks recording artists who sell their soul to the devil. Otherwise known as licensing a song to an advertising agency.
This may be a commercial masquerading as a funny video, but it’s amusing enough to justify watching.
Because no one likes lag.