At first, it looks like a film crew hopes to capture the Washing machine against a snowy white backdrop. But a bear stumbles onto the scene, and takes EVERYONE by surprise with what happens next.
The leotard, the huge box, the dancers in the background. The. Whole. Thing. See why Courteney Cox's 1985 commercial for Tampax Tampons is fantastic.
"How soon is too soon? Not soon enough!" says this vintage ad from the Soda Pop Board of America. How times change!
Perhaps one of the most memorable moments of Lifetime's premiere of "Liz & Dick" was the advertisement for Dance Moms - featuring polarizing dance coach Abby Lee Miller putting her girls through a ruthless performance of "Maniac." Funny and clever.
Electronics maker LG wanted to prove that their high definition IPS monitors are super clear. So they rigged the floor of an elevator with them, and let the fun begin. (Fun for them, not the passengers.) Very clever!
Gender inequality is the norm in Saudi Arabia, where women aren't allowed to drive, and must be covered in public. Now, a chilling IKEA advertisement that has photoshopped out of all the women drives home how disturbingly real the problem is.
Move over American Girl doll, you think you're a modern gal with your hair salon and coordinated outfits? You obviously haven't met this doll from Korea. "Kongsunyi" passes gass and has a disturbingly detailed pooping and flushing feature. And oddly - she still manages to be adorable.
Without giving too much away, this ad really opens your eyes about a world without fabric for clothes, carpets, blankets and more. It's an oddly weird, thought provoking mind trip.
Axe Body Spray has, um... axed their cheesy commercials portraying their fragrance as one that render women unable to resist you, in favor of a whimsical tale of high school love - as told by Kiefer Sutherland.
Remember viral star Sweet Brown? She was a worldwide hit for her appearance on the news - proclaiming 'ain't nobody got time for that' when she woke up to find her apartment complex on fire. Now, watch her commercial!
For anyone concerned that Britney Spears wouldn't have the chops to critique contestants on "The X Factor," think again. In a new 17 second promo, the pop icon is looking gorgeous and working a sharp tongue.
The latest commercial for Skittles Riddles features a woman making out with a walrus.
Doug Pitt, who bears an uncanny resemblance to his brother Brad, (with a tad more 'suburban dad' feel) pokes a little fun at his happy but ordinary life in this commercial. (He may not have a gazillion dollars - but he has a black and white dot matrix printer!)
A hidden camera captures little kids asking adult smokers for a light. When the smoking adults tell the children all the reasons they shouldn't smoke, the kids turn the tables.
Ever wonder why the burger you order at McDonalds looks so different than the one in the advertisements? In a clever marketing move, the notoriously private burger megagiant takes you behind the scenes of the styling process at a burger photo shoot.
The controversial commercial uses hidden cammeras to capture the priceless reactions from gym-goers when a personal trainer shows up to coach little babies of lifting weights and running the treadmill. The patrons are definitely confused and NOT amused. Whew... it's all a ruse for a Belgian ad for a breakfast cereal!
A European candybar commercial calls out what seems to be a universal truth: If you're a guy, you must always try to take ALL the groceries in from the car in one trip. Even if it causes you great pain to do so.
Call it "Streaming audio." Engineers have created a musical toilet that plays guitar music based on where you pee. Essentially, you can express yourself while you expel yourself. But it doesn't stop there.
The best ads are the ones so good that you don't care it's an ad. Therefore, I give you a flock of seagulls singing A Flock Of Seagulls. Well, played, Cape Cod Potato Chips!
I love Zooey Deschanel, but that Siri commercial where she asks the phone if it's raining (while standing near a window) is too adorkable for my taste. In this hysterical parody video, her 'brother' Jooey Deschanel asks his iPhone some equally ridiculous questions.
This new upright mobility device looks amazing - and will vastly improve the lives of people who need it... but seems to be marketed to people who can't be bothered with walking around the office.
This hysterical ad for Cravendale milk imagines a world where cats suddenly have thumbs. Things get problematic pretty quickly.
There's a discount store in Anderson, South Carolina called the Fashion Shack. Near there is someone with a video camera and editing software that needs to be taken away from them.
Charlie Sheen is an anomaly. The man can do anything he wants, get away with it, and then somehow make even more money off of it!
If you think it's tough to talk to KIDS about safe sex, then this video may broaden what it is to be uncomfortable. Because STD rates are skyrocketing among the senior set this public service announcement aims to get senior citizens to take precautions.