BRB, calling 1-800-COCAINE.
BRB, calling 1-800-COCAINE.
I am having a panic attack because, NO, I do NOT know how to pour the punch right.
OK, for the last time: So, you get the phone number…
20 ads, in honor of the final season of Breaking Bad. TRIGGER WARNING: These ads will definitely send tweakers scurrying for their pipe. Also, disturbing images.
The big Cannes ad festival is next week. One of these spots will win the Grand Prix.
At first glance, they just look like sexy street art.
In 1992, Malcolm-Jamal Warner (aka Theo Huxtable) directed a “hip” PSA to inform young people about HIV and AIDS. The results are total early ‘90s cheesiness.
The systematic killing and aborting of female babies is rising all across Asia.
Seth Green alone in a bathroom with the man in the tie dyed shirt.
“Lift Your Skirt” is maybe not the best choice of words for a public city poster. (via https:)
Brutally honest, refreshing new ads via Sweden.
ATTENTION GINGER-BASHERS. You’re making a HUGE mistake.
Plus a bizarrely funny supercut of Robert De Niro crying, a new use for Tetris, and the 10 most ridiculous anti-drug PSAs of the 80s and 90s.
The parents of 22-year-old Alexander Heit released this photo to the press in the hope that it would prevent future tragedies.
The Hollywood Code in 1934 banned references to homosexuality in films, but sexual public service movies got around this by warning of the “evils” that such behavior produced. Watch out, Betty. That lesbian is getting mighty close!
According to Drew herself, at that age she probably wasn’t being very honest with McGruff about her drug habits.
You’re doing it wrong.
Find out what Joey wants you not to do.
The ‘80s taught us that anything can be accomplished through an all-star music video.
Do you only butt burp at parties or when you drink?
How Can I Tell If I’m Really In Love, the video that attempted to give ’80s teenagers the straight talk about sex.
Warning: graphic content. If after watching these, you still don’t always wear your belt, you’re a f#©king idiot.
Heed the warnings, people! Don’t do it! Please, don’t do it!
But not for any reason you’re expecting.
100,000 people in Hong Kong live in 40 square-foot cubicle rooms. Warning: You may get claustrophobic looking at these overhead photos.
In Middle Earth if you like it, don’t put a ring on it.
So there’s this girl. In a bikini. Sitting in a tree. And she helpfully shares safety tips with three guys. It’s very surreal, very strange, and a truly weird example of the creative minds at the U.S. government putting taxpayer dollars to work.
Silverman asks “bros” to stand up for the women in their lives: “The way to a woman’s heart is never through a vaginal ultrasound.” Warning: typical Silverman-esque NSFW language ahead.
A child dies, somewhere in the world, every three seconds. Today is United Nations Universal Children’s Day.