Posts tagged "commercials"

Underalls To the Rescue!

I totally love ads for various feminine products, whether it be yeast infection creams, douche, or undergarments -- they can be either so stone-cold serious or cheekily hysterical. Like this ad from the '70s for Underalls, an old school pantyhose/undie combo, which shows an animated Underall eraser flying through the air, wiping the visible panty…
By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / March 21, 2008

The Ultimate Care…Down There

We've established this already, but commercials in the U.K. rule. This one, for some British brand of tampons, is no exception. Normally we're not into calling our vaginas by anything associated with food, animals, or plant life, but this beav is awfully cute. [You Tube]…
By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / March 17, 2008

Food Fight Foreplay

Supermarket commercials usually advertise fresh food, but this one for the U.K.’s MySupermarket.com is all about the fresh clients. In the funny ad, a British hottie starts a sexy/gross food fight after seeing his wife bent over the refrigerator. Let's just say, it begins by asking "How low can you go?" and then ends with…
By: Simcha / March 10, 2008

Match.com Ads Are Kind Of Inspiring

You might be thinking, ads for online dating websites are really lame, but the ones from Match.com's new campaign, "Rewind," have been airing for about two months and they're so sweet! We're totally smitten with this couple -- the guy looks kind of like Gael Garcia Bernal -- and they make us want to sig…
By: Catherine Strawn / February 20, 2008

eHarmony: The Video Game

Just looking at those lovey-dovey eHarmony commercials, where couples joke about their "connection", would make any single gal feel like her love life is dialup while her relationship counterparts have DSL. But apparently the spinster club has more in common with joy stick jockeys than we ever knew. A new ad for Electronic Arts Burnout…
By: Simcha / February 19, 2008

Teacher’s Sexy Ad Gets Her In Trouble

When you’re a struggling actor, getting cast in a commercial is a big deal. But when you go on to become a teacher and the commercial gets posted on YouTube and discovered by your students, it’s an even bigger deal. Especially when your “acting” means pretending to do it on a desk. British teacher Sarah…
By: Catherine Strawn / January 17, 2008
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