Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Starfire22, Aug 29, 2016.
Pretty mediocre game, good ad though:
I like the Geico commercial with legendary hiphop group Tag Team rapping a ice cream version of Whoop! There it is.
Chocolate, peanut butter, cookie dough
Scoop! There it is
Scoop! There it is
And the woman and her husband start dancing and their daughter is embarrassed. Kids, no respect for the classics.
That commercial always makes me smile. The lady doing the Robocop, the daughter rolling her eyes and then the dad joining in to do the Kid N Play.
Uber Eats with Elton John and Lil Nas X in the kiddie rides and Nas can’t understand Elton’s British ways of asking for money to get his ride running.
Tag Team ACTUALLY just released their own flavor of ice cream thanks to how popular that commercial was!
"You don't look broke."
Does it have sprinkles?
The Simpsons ads for Butterfinger during the early 90s (1990-91... and yes, they still have Butterfinger here in Canada)
"Nobody better lay a finger on my Butterfinger!"
You got Mars bars there too but without the almonds.
Another Uber Eats commercial with Elton John and Lil Nas X, this time with Elton wearing one of Nas’ suits and Nas wearing the “chicken” costume Elton wore during the “Raid on Poppy’s headquarters” scene in Kingsman 2
I miss this series of commercials.
For a moment, a brief moment, I thought they were Kid 'n Play.
There is one i kinda caught on facebook a few times. It is about a learning game for preschoolers. Then the dad flashes back to his educational games as a kid. Cut to 90s kid asks "Mom what is "dysentery"?" Obviously it is Oregon Trail. But the kid they cast for 90s kid looks like he was pulled out of 1993/1994. He kind looks like JTT from Home Improvement when he was around 8. I just chuckle at the Oregon Trail dysentery bit.
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Can't remember the last time I've ever laughed really hard at a commercial.
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