Geico: Massage Chairs Relieve Home Buying Stress

Massage chairs can be quite relaxing, but sitting in one during dinner is not a good idea, as this new Geico ad demonstrates. And in a bit of a Tuesday Throwback twist, Geico has some of their classics on their YouTube channel, and you can vote for your favorite. My favorites are the collect call cheat from “Bob Wehadababyitsaboy” (back in the late ’90s-early ’00s when collect calls were common), and of course the famous Hump Day camel commercial.



That Kit Kat Commercial With Missy Elliott’s “Work It”

Don’t you love when commercials use songs that are entirely inappropriate? This Kit Kat ad with Missy Elliott’s catchy “Work It” seems to fit that description. I have a feeling that fuddy-duddy types won’t be a fan of this one.

Update: Confirmed. Look at the comments. The fuddy-duddy types indeed are not fans of this one, to put it very mildly.

Tuesday Throwback: Let’s Remember The Time Michael Jordan Sported A Hitler Mustache In This Hanes Commercial

Michael Jordan is the kind of person who can pretty much do whatever without being seriously questioned, because he’s Michael Jordan. But like, was he not aware that he had a Hitler mustache? That’s hard to believe. This 2010 Hanes ad is also amusing because of the Jeff Foxworthy-looking doofus who has a “bacon neck.” Of course, Charles Barkley had something to say about the whole situation. And here’s a funny video about it.

AT&T: This Woman Sends Emails To Santa

In an ad from this fall that’s since been removed, a man and woman chatted in the AT&T Innovations lab. It came up that the woman made out with Santa at the office holiday party, but that Santa ghosted him. Well, she apparently still emails Santa. But she’s not comfortable sharing his email address. The woman is played by Mary Holland…anyone know who plays the man?

Air New Zealand’s Christmas Commercial Features Kids Who Are On Santa’s Naughty List

I’ve been getting an oddly large amount of views from New Zealand lately, so here’s an cute Christmas ad from New Zealand. Santa’s compiling his naughty/nice list, and he’s gonna email it to the elves. But whoops! He’s accidentally sent it to Elvis Anderson. We see Elvis Anderson in detention somewhere in New Zealand, and Elvis discovers that he’s on the naughty list, along with his detention chums. So they decide to do something. They end up holding a summit, with children worldwide who are on the naughty list. Amazingly, all the children converge on New Zealand, and “The Summit of Naughty Kids” begins. They decide to do good deeds to tip their favor back to the nice side. Except for the USA kid, a clear Donald Trump parody with a red “Make Christmas Great Again” hat, who claims that he’s the nicest person he knows. Hahaha…nice reference. Elvis then takes the mic and announces that New Zealand promises to do all their chores, spend less time on their phones, and be nicer to Australia. And with that, they’re on the nice list! Yay!

Verizon’s Joy Is Back For Christmas

Verizon’s popular character Joy (played by Britt Lower) returns in a new spot, this time walking through a holiday market. Also, Thomas Middleditch takes a little girl’s popcorn without asking. How rude!

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