Charity WaterAid imagine what a world would be like if men had periods, and what sort of tampon (manpon!) adverts they’d get.
In this alternate universe manpons would be ergonomically designed by NASA, would be super sporty, and be the manliest thing ever. Grrrr!
Depending on your point of view, this is either a touching memorial to the Great War or a sanitized insult soullessly trades on sentimentality to make profits.
Have a watch and make your own decision and then why not debate it with someone who has the opposing point of view? Fun for all the family!
A well placed “beeeep” can do absolute wonders for a video, bringing much-needed comedy where there was none.
And this advert by Shoes By Jews is a perfect example of that, turning an ad about shoes that gives you a few inches of height into utter filth. Bravo.
Stephen Merchant ponders what might have been had the UK beat the those American upstarts in the War of Independence.
For a start they’d have better comedy, better swear words, better news and all the mushy peas that could eat—who wouldn’t want that?
If you wanted to sell your old car because, say, you needed more parking space, you could do worse than this hilarious ad “Buy My Volvo” created by a Swedish driver.
It sets the tone superbly with epic music and a deep-voice over, crafting the car into what you’d think was a top of the line model, rather than a banger that’s over ten years old. Someone, please buy it—this guy so deserves it.
The National Trust are a charity usually associated with historic houses and castles and stuff—not smoking weed and getting as high as a kite.
But that’s what this supposed “leaked” advert links them with, yet the National Trust are denying all knowledge—come on guys, why not just roll with this new, edgy, down-with-the-kids style?
Are you a dab hand at fixing a wheel to your skateboard? Then no doubt you could fix a Lynx Mark8 helicopter.
Sound logic, right? Nah, not really, and this parody ad makes it all too clear how dumb that reasoning really is—and how desperate these adverts sound.
It’s been thirty years since the first Mac, and Apple are not going to let anyone forget that.
They’ve released this 30th anniversary video ‘1.24.14′, which is all filmed on iPhones and edited on Macs and shows Apple products being used for all kinds of creative endeavours. So yeah, whev.