Think of the animals. The puppies and kitties. Think of the tears you will cry. Think of the sadness you will feel.
Man, that’d work so good. It doesn’t get much worse than those sad animals and Sarah McLachlan music. That’s a real threat right there.
Now I’m not sure if it was a planned advertisement or not, but when the power goes out at the Super Bowl and your ad is targeting eating Oreos in the dark, it seems a bit suspicious.
Cuz I just got the latest video game system that’s totally going to rock your world.
I’m pretty sure this isn’t wasn’t what they were thinking, but it works.
Slowly you’re eating away at your lungs just like a game of Brickles. Soon there will be none left. And sadly, there is no level up.
Getting the cow on the trampoline seems easy compared to getting the cow to jump. Jump cow, jump!
There’s a lot of things a guy would do for love, but he won’t do everything.
What won’t you do?
Thanks to everyone who turned out the lights for Earth Hour! The Dark Side won and you are now all evil.
But a good evil.
via Super Punch
What better way to advertise sun safety than with a strange looking sign that illuminates the sand with it’s message.
It’s flippin’ cool!
via Ads of the World
These ads are for a Belgian humor magazine called Humo. Not sure what is funny about them but they sure do catch your attention.
The ads claim that reading Humo magazine has serious consequences. Things like president Kennedy getting shot or airplanes crashing into the World Trade Centers. I guess when you’re not paying attention, bad things happen.
If you read this magazine, you’ll kill someone. I guess that’s what they are going for.