Use Crest Whitestrips If Your Teeth Don’t Pass The Tissue Test

Crest Whitestrips were introduced in 2001, and have been a massive success. According to the commercial, they work 25 times better than whitening toothpaste. Of course, you’d never want your teeth to be TOO white, as Ross Geller discovered. A little bit of yellow is normal, and makes us human. The blonde woman who does the tissue test is Brianne Howey, and the brunette who already used Crest Whitestrips is played by Ariana Lamour.

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Secret Deodorant Shows A Woman Proposing To A Man

Proposing has to be one of the most nerve-racking questions that people will ever ask. There are strong implications of when the reply is no, and that’s multiplied by the potential of embarrassment if it’s a highly public proposal (pro tip: don’t do a highly public proposal). But one thing that’s remained pretty much unchanged is that in heterosexual relationships, it’s almost always the man proposing to the woman. Sure, Monica proposed to Chandler on Friends (or started to), but only about 5 percent of those currently married say the woman proposed. So Secret brings the premise of staying cool under pressure to this situation. It’s pretty apparent what’s going on when Andy opens up the fortune cookie. Andy doesn’t seem like the brightest bulb. Look at Claire flipping the script on a centuries-old tradition! Does he say yes?

 

Bing + Facebook = A Winning Combination

I’ll admit that I had never gotten on Bing before seeing this ad. But it’s a very smart collaboration. Your friends are often the first people you ask for recommendations, and the commercial amusingly describes why they should be trusted. It also further solidifies Facebook’s dominance over social networking. Remember at the beginning of Facebook when the main purpose seemed to be finding out your crush’s favorite movies and who were in your classes? Seems so long ago. Honestly, I think Google will still be my go-to search engine, but at least Bing is in the picture now.

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