George Tannenbaum on the future of advertising,
the decline of the English Language and other frivolities. 100% jargon free.
A Business Insider "Most Influential" blog.
Neither do I remember any of the spots and i didn't drink anything stronger than coca cola. Maybe it was the potato chips fermenting in my belly over night?
Perhaps Tore you should have skipped the chips and stuck with my beloved pigs 'n blankets because I actually do remember a lot: I remember how bad I thought all the Bud work was.I remembered how stupid I thought it was that Gatora...um, oh excuse me...that G was still teasing us like a bad Atlantic City hooker.I remember how much I liked the coke spot with the insects...way back when Heinz Ketchup did it first and then later when Bud ripped them off.I remember how sick it made me feel to see SNL sell out first on Saturday night and then again last night.I remember how disappointed I was in the Coke Zero remake spot.On a positive note: As much as I didn't want to, I remember how much I liked the Pepsi Generations spot.I remembered fondly the Pedigree spot because I love dogs.Most of all thanks to Monster.com I remember the visual of the guy getting stuck with the back end of the moose. I remember it not only because it was the single funniest visual, but because I was jealous. The guy not only still had a job, but an office too.
@theschwartex: you awoke my brain and now i can clearly remember that i thought the moose arse was kind of funny. And the kids did indeed like the coke spots, but they did not like the Pepsi work which they felt was trying too hard to be hip and was just not.
I listened to the game on Latvian radio and I loved the commercial for blonde sex-pots.
The ran that same commercial for blonde sex-pots on TV here. It just was called Go-Daddy.com
Post a Comment