An amateur commercial for Grey Poupon mustard, self-labeled as ‘banned’, takes a page out of Kmart’s book and goes viral with some funny wordplay:
For the upcoming FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Nike Football released ‘The Last Game’, an animated short featuring Cristiano Ronaldo, Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima, Neymar, Zlatan, Rooney, Iniesta and other international soccer stars. It’s like the soccer version of ‘Space Jam‘.
Would you get married on a plane? Belgian man named Alexander said yes and Thomas Cook travel agency helped him surprise his girlfriend Marieke with a wedding at 30.000 feet on a flight to Rhodes, Greece.
Freestyle soccer star Sean Garnier, disguised as an old man, teaches some young guys a lesson. The stunt was sponsored by Mexican department store Coppel, who were obviously inspired by Pepsi’s Uncle Drew ad with Kyrie Irving.
SNL presents ‘Whiskers R’ We’, a funny ad for a cat rescue place, with SNL’s Kate McKinnon and host Charlize Theron playing weird cat ladies looking for people who want to adopt one of their adorable kittens…
An ad for CNA language school’s ‘Speaking Exchange’ project shows how young Brazilians and elderly Americans connect via video chat technology. Not only do they share a language, but they develop relationships that benefit both sides.
SNL presents Stanx, a fake commercial for undergarments that can hold in all your farts. Stanx underpants give you the slimming power of Spanx with odor-lock technology that absorbs the smell of excess gas so that a man (Beck Bennett) can go about his day confidently…
The new Nike World Cup 2014 commercial titled ‘Winner Stays’ features international football (soccer – whatevs) stars like Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Andres Iniesta and Wayne Rooney.
VH1′s anti-bullying commercial features kids singing a cover of Gloria Gaynor’s ‘I Will Survive’, with lyrics changed to fit the ad’s message: the nerds you bully today will be your bosses tomorrow.
SNL‘s ‘Blue River Dog Food’ skit stars Cecily Strong and Seth Rogen as a married couple, Cindy and Pat, who switched to a healthier dog food brand after learning about the nasty ingredients that were in the old food. However, the wife is still very angry at the big name brand that deceived them with false advertising: