I didn't want to like this commercial.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
This Volkswagen Super Bowl commercial is <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2012/01/everyone-stop-what-youre-doing-and-watch-this-volkswagen-super-bowl-ad-teaser">all over the place</a> today.
There isn't much going on in the television world this morning, which is nice because it gives me the opportunity to briefly discuss something near and dear to my heart: this commercial.
As most regular followers of this blog know, I was in the boring ol' Marine Corps before I decided to join the ELITE RANKS of full-time bloggers.
This new Müller yogurt ad airing in the U.
I've spent all morning trying to figure out a way to write about Argentina's "Dancing With the Stars" routine in which a <a href="http://gawker.com/5846473/woman-gets-completely-naked-on-argentinas-dancing-with-the-stars" target="_blank">woman got completely naked</a> and had wine poured all over her breasts and my God it was amazing I've had lap dances that weren't as sexy, but there's just no way to do it.
I've had a complete abortion of a day, thanks to Time Warner Cable's large-scale, company-wide policy of f*cking its customers in the ass.
(<a href="http://tie-dead.tumblr.com/post/9842053794" target="_blank">via</a>) When I realized that the tenth anniversary of 9/11 would fall on a Sunday, I was relieved for wholly selfish reasons: I wouldn't have to spend a workday worried about whether my lighthearted business of joking about TV was inappropriate.
This week in Awesome But Also Kind of Terrible Ideas: "Boardwalk Empire" is advertising its second season by rolling out vintage subway cars in New York City.
"Boardwalk Empire" star Paz de la Huerta is infamous -- or awesome, depending on your viewpoint -- for getting wasted and accidentally revealing her T & A to paparazzi.
I missed this when it first hit the internet last week, but now that I know it exists, I can't simply ignore it's existence.
K-Swiss has a new ad campaign built around the idea of Kenny Powers as the company's CEO, and I have to admire the balls it took to make a profane fictional character on pay cable the centerpiece of an ad campaign.
<a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/kate-upton-sobe.jpg"> My first and only reaction to this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue was to follow then-18-year-old (now 19!) Rookie of the Year Kate Upton on Twitter. Kate's Twitter feed was awesome: a young model's travelogue punctuated with <a href="http://www.wwtdd.com/2011/05/kate-upton-is-good-at-twitter/" target="_blank">self-portraits of her ample décolletage</a>, which is the French word I use to sound highbrow when I'm talking about huge, beautiful tits.
A billboard for "The Walking Dead" has raised the ire of citizens in an English town who don't like the ad's placement next to a funeral home.
We're still four long, painful days away from Corgi Friday, but there's no way I'm waiting all week to post this great new commercial from the UK's Freeview HD (video below).
DirecTV has an excellent ad campaign thanks to the <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2010/07/opulence-i-has-it" target="_self">Opulence</a> and <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2011/03/mini-giraffe-on-a-treadmill" target="_self">Epic Win</a> commercials, and though they're narrated by Gregor the Russian billionaire, the real star is his miniature giraffe.
Australian realtors Ian Adams and Adrian Jenkins have some sweet-ass luxury property, and they know how to sell it: with sex.
By now you've probably seen the new DirecTV ad, starring everyone's favorite Russian billionaire and everyone's favorite-er mini giraffe.
One of my biggest challenges as a blogger -- aside from keeping dog fur out of my lunch whiskey -- is the need to constantly preach against nostalgia for '90s pop culture.
By now you've likely seen the new Arby's ad campaign featuring an affable white guy leading a sing-along about "Good Mood Food.