What’s better than waking up to the smell of bacon? Nothing. Except maybe having the bacon brought to you in bed.
But for those of you who simply enjoy the smell of it, Oscar Mayer has just made a new iPhone alarm clock app that comes with a fragrance dispenser.
The commercial for it is pretty bizarre and puts bacon in all sorts of epic, dream-like sequences. I do wonder, however, how you’re supposed to charge your phone overnight if that fragrance dispense is plugged in at the bottom. Guess that’s an important decision you’ll have to make if you buy that thing.
What do cars and dogs have in common? Nothing. But that didn’t stop Chevrolet from making this heart-string pulling commercial about a young woman and her dog.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to go find my two idiots and cuddle them.
Do you guys remember that Pepsi Max commercial with Jeff Gordon where he took an unsuspecting car salesman for a test drive and scared the shit out of him? Well one reporter in particular from Jalopnik was quick to call the entire thing fake, you know, because internet detectives are just the smartest. Travis Okulski was adamant about the fact that the Pepsi Max commercial was indeed one of fakery and Jeff Gordon didn’t much like that very much.
So, he had his revenge. You can read Travis’ firsthand ordeal here.
I call FAKE. But only because I want to go on a high speed chase with Jeff Gordon.
This ad campaign from Wacoal Thailand, the Thai division of the intimate apparel company Wacoal, really, really does a good job of pulling at those heartstrings. I cried for a good 15 minutes of the entire thing. No, really, I actually have a headache from all the crying.
The campaign, titled “My Beautiful Woman”, recreates true stories sent in by different people about beautiful women that they have encountered, with the tagline that “Wacoal believes that all women were created to be beautiful.”
It’s about inner beauty, guys. Now, I’m gonna go back to crying.
via wacoalthailand / thanks shannon!