While his recent return to popular TV show “Two and a Half Men” seemed to herald a return to prominence for the embattled Kutcher, his latest advertising campaign may signal that he’s more tone-deaf than back-on-top. In his new spot for popchips, Kutcher dons “brownface” and impersonates an Indian man with a host of racist stereotypes and a poor imitation of an accent.
Drug abuse is a problem everywhere there are people but one enterprising Entrepreneur in Reno, Nevada thinks he has a solution. According to the folks at Roller Kingdom, Roller Skating is going to be one of the best ways to keep your kids off drugs. A little suspect as a premise, but it definitely makes for a hilarious and adorable video.
Tic Tac’s Latest Campaign Knocks em Over
In the latest spot from Tic Tac, which has already reached 2 million views, French streetwalkers are reminded that their breath might be able to use some minty freshness by faking the collapse of all of France from their bad breath alone. Upon consuming a Tic Tac, however, they are hailed as a hero.
One of the most viral news items in the US is the appearance of a foreign objects in food - people love to share and talk about mice, chicken heads, human body parts and other odds and ends which sometimes end up in mass-produced and processed foods and drinks.
“What a great idea!” thought ColensoBBDO, and decided to launch a campaign to plant twigs in boxes of cider for their client, Monteith’s, to build buzz about the brand and demonstrate the kinds of hazards incurred when you make cider from real fruit and not concentrated syrup.