Aldi: This Teenage Girl Has An Unfortunate Tattoo Of Kevin

That foot tattoo of Kevin is just brutal. Oof. I wonder if she went to the tattoo guy from that AT&T commercial. But as the girl’s mom explains, some things you can’t take back. Unless you went to Aldi, where their “Twice As Nice” guarantee means that if you’re not happy for any reason, they’ll give you a refund and replace it. The girl snarkily asks “why don’t you just return me then?” And mom snarkily replies that she didn’t come from Aldi. Burn! Are you annoyed by the mom’s chomping? A lot of online commenters are. Anyone know who plays mom and daughter?

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AT&T Says “Just OK Is Not OK”

In this amusing new campaign, AT&T depicts a number of situations where “just OK is not OK.” Like you wouldn’t want your surgeon to be deemed just OK right before you’re about to go under the knife. Or a babysitter that’s just OK with kids…not OK. You wouldn’t want your first tattoo to look OK, and a mechanic that’s OK with brakes? Nope. And don’t even get started on sushi that’s OK. Have I written OK enough in this post? As for actor/actress info, Phoebe Neidhardt plays the babysitter, Cyndi Melendez is the sushi server and Sara Amini plays the “is it fresh?” sushi customer. I’ll add the names of others as I find them.

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday Throwback: Visa And The Unfortunate Attempted Donna Tattoo

When you don’t have enough cash, a debit card can be a lifesaver. The hapless protagonist of this Visa Check Card commercial learned his lesson. Don’t be short on cash when going for a tattoo, or the tattoo might not come out how you want it. “I love Don”…haha. The pretty song in the background is “Donna” by Richie Valens.

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