"The Hangover" meets "Oceans 11" meets "Matlock". In Australia.
Everything sounds angrier in Brussels. Especially driving instructors. Nice production. Excellent testimonial montage at the end from the very audience most likely to take out a family of four at the bus stop during a txt-war with their BFF.
Texting and driving, next 50 miles: High school PSAs bring drama.
Previously moment of truth: Snips, snails, puppy dog tails
Well, they hate the commercial for one of its signature events, anyway. No ad would be complete without political trolls chiming in. Apparently the Tea Party is now meeting on YouTube.
Speaking of politicalness: The funniest political infographic ever; me hate you long time; Tea Party as ad campaign; Bob Ehrlich's campaign was boring as shit.
#34: Suggestive art direction in sexy-mag yardsale ads.
Bound and gagged: Book clock; finall, a reason to read; the Book of Me.
Shut up and watch.
Swansonian history: Swanson vs. Donaghy.
Ingenious. Patrol Goodwill for discarded, mass-produced art on the cheap. Then bastardize it with adorable monsters. Artists Chris McMahon and Thryza Segal deserve a Nobel Prize in Fuck Yeah.
Other things that go bump in the night: W+K's Metal Monster; we're here for your children.
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