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Whatever that means, but this 1950s massager was dentist-approved.
Seriously. This is apparently a commercial for South African gum, Stimorol featuring a talking dog and a guy who wants to be invisible.
Mouthwatering and delectable are not words that spring to mind.
"WTF QR Codes" is a single-serving tumblr dedicated to oddly-placed QR codes. I know you see them everywhere these days, but c'mon, you guys. These are just weird.
This is the most inexplicably bizarre and awesome thing you will see this week.
What did i just watch? This made my day, whatever it is.
This does not make me want to eat a triple Whopper. But it does creep me out, so well done, South Korean Burger King.
...And all the aloof grandparents will probably buy them as gifts for the holidays this year. Their main website is worth a look, too. If you have a healthy sense of morbid curiosity, that is.
Believe it or not, this is an ad for Argentinian dish soap.
What a weird way to advertise baby food.
What would happen if a French adult store decided to use fruit in one of their ads? Well, now you can find out thanks to Soft Paris.
A diaper company in South Korea decided to creep everyone out by trying sell diapers by imitating David Beckham's sexy Armani ads.
This confuses me to no end. Is this a commercial for fictional yogurt or for the arts? Why did no one tell me that Van Gogh made animatronic paintings? Oh well, I'll just go eat some Raisin Brahms.
So my question is, is some one who get's off on taxidermied bears a furry or necrophile or what?
A Clever and weirdly frightening ad.
I guess if you've already bought the world a Coke, this is the next logical step?
An interactive Viagra advertisement lets you truly contribute to the ED experience.
Someone took the vampire craze a little too far?