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John Malkovich Hilariously asks, "What the ^%$# is Going On?"

A Puppet's Ramblings - from Chip Martin, Mannequin American Marketer
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Chip Shot: Your stomach thinks all potatoes are mashed.

 

 

In an on-going effort to help take my readers' minds off of bitter winter weather, I thought I'd share with you, my favorite photo of a 1962 Corvette (above). You're welcome.

 

John Malkovich asks “What the F&%$ is Going On,” in Funny Squarespace Ad

 

 

Who is JohnMalkovich.com? Well it’s not THE John Malkovich according to this hilarious ad. Thus the message from Squarespace to get your domain name before it’s gone.

Sexy 30 Second Super Bowl Spot for Mr. Clean

Mr. Clean does it all over the house in this new ad. A sensual Mr. Clean, dressed in tight white form-fitting clothes, appears in the living room ready to do the dirty work.

I Wish I Had Never Seen This

 

 

Behold the "true clean towel," which is apparently a real product.

 

The premise is that you don't want to dry off your face with the same part of a towel you used to dry off your nether regions the day before. And this towel ensures that that won't happen because it shows you what part to use for your "top" and "bottom." It's yours for $19. (There's a video to go along with this product, but the pubic hair in the mouth moment convinced me not to include it.

 

This Valentine’s Day Say it With Flowers

 

 

 

I Think She Should Already Know

 

 

 

It's not that often that a billboard is so absurd that it invites widespread mockery and goes viral in the process. But this one from the Netherlands has—a full six years after it was made.

 

“I Can’t Believe They Said That” Vintage Ads

 

 

 

Guns and hand cream … makes sense to me.

 

 

 

If my mom would have showed me this ad I may have brushed my teeth more often.

 

 

 

Words fail me …

 

 

 

 

 




Posted: Feb 03 2017, 07:30 AM by chip

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