And I agree with Misty - I love the Geico ad with Charo translating for an old guy, and putting her own special spin on the translation. :D
Speaking of commercials featuring Bigfoot, we don't have Kokanee beer here, and I forget what product they are advertising, but I like the one where the guys sneak up on Bigfoot while he's napping and put his hand in warm water, then watch from behind the bushes as he p's himself :ohno.
There's another one where they pull some prank on BF while he's roasting a piece of meat over a campfire, but I forget the exact scene.
It is a beef jerky commercial. I love the one where they put shaving cream in his hand then tickle his nose with a feather. I think it is the body slam he gives one of them that makes me laugh the most. :lol
I am enamored with the continuing series of sarcastic Frank and Gordon commercials for Bell Canada.
The latest has Frank trying to put up wallpaper and getting it stuck in his fur, and another has Gordon dancing around like a hottie with his cellphone camera and getting caught.
The other one I love that's playing now is on the radio. Frank (or Gordon, I mix them up) gets a "family" two for one deal on a phone, so Gordon is so happy "he's like the brother from another mother"! :rofl Too funny them silly beavers.
They have their own website: http://www.frankandgordon.ca
Thanks dagwood; that was really bugging me! I saw an ad yesterday that was really surprising and funny; this old couple is about to kiss, and suddenly they jump back, :omg -- they are wearing each other's false teeth !(his are huge, hers are tiny)
The ad is for a labeler, "to keep things from getting mixed up". The ad ends with a shot of false teeth containers labeled "his" and "hers".
So, queenb, are we twins or what? I was just about to come in here and post the same commercial. :lol
I find the Dunkin Donuts commercial funny but annoying. Especially the "karate!!!" part.:D
I just caught a Volvo commercial with a dad buckling his little girl (4-5 years old) into the car, and all the while, she's animatedly chattering on and on about her day. If she's acting, she's fabulous, but I have a feeling she really was simply gabbing about something that she experienced. The dad is waiting for her to pause for just a second so he can close the door and run around to the driver's seat, but eventually has to close the door while she's talking because she doesn't skip a beat. It's adorable, and everyone must have high-fived when the director said cut. My daughter is in college now, but I can easily recall her doing the exact same thing. :hrtbeat
I think my favorite is still the one where the blood hound has to help find the litter box.
I can't stand any of those old fossils on Geico. Bring my Ginko back!