Friday, March 04, 2011

For Kitty

REALLY NOT SAFE FOR WORK

One of my favorites songs from this sick and twisted bunch of Englishmen...

I think they must have watched 'Bringing Up Baby', one too many times...




Oh, another one.
Do not watch this one.
Really. Don't watch it. It's offensive.

10 Comments:

At 9:03 AM, Blogger edgar said...

edgar liked this video.

 
At 11:19 AM, Blogger Kitty said...

Kitty LUVED this post!!!!!

Thanks Weaseldog!!! :)

 
At 3:20 AM, Blogger Bukko Canukko said...

Shouldn't they be singing "pussy" in the top video instead of "leopard"?

BTW, I watched these at work. Of course, it was 3:15 a.m. and the other nurse on the unit was on break, so it was OK...

 
At 2:27 PM, Blogger Weaseldog said...

Joel Veitch is actually capable of employing innuendo on occasion.

He did a commercial for Virgin Airlines, where a giant rooster walks into view, crushing a town underfoot. As the scene closes with the rooster standing in front of a burning church, we hear a woman scream, "Get that cock away from me!"

For some reason YouTube closed Joel's account when he posted that video.

 
At 5:54 AM, Blogger Bukko Canukko said...

Was the woman in front of the burning church the Virgin?

Another thought I had while watching the videos was "How many hours of someone's life did they slave away working on this chit?"

Those gerbils on pogo sticks with the human mouths... Good thing there's no LSD in existence any more. (At least not that I can find.) They would make for a psychotic trip if I saw them under the influence.

 
At 7:56 AM, Blogger Weaseldog said...

"Another thought I had while watching the videos was "How many hours of someone's life did they slave away working on this chit?""

Joel Veitch does this work for a living. Remember the annoying Quiznos commercials with the sponge monkeys singing that annoying song? That was his work.

 
At 10:10 PM, Blogger Bukko Canukko said...

I DO remember those commercials. Not sure how, because there were no Quiznos in Australia, so I must have seen them in 2005 or earlier. Those weird singing things -- sponge monkeys, did you call them? -- made an impression on me, although they never caused me to buy a single Quiznos sub. That's because I'm older-generation, and I am influenced by content that has actual meaning. From what I've read about ad strategies to appeal to the yoof generation, it's all about creating a "feel" around your product, not transmitting any information about quality, price, etc. The idea is to plant a thought-virus in their minds, almost like subliminal messaging, so when they see a Quizno's or whatever, they think "There's the place with the kewl hopping sock monkeys" and lemming in to buy some chit. Or so Madison Avenue would have us believe.

 
At 8:12 AM, Blogger edgar said...

I had to go look. man those Quiznox spong monkeys are stupid.

 
At 8:24 AM, Blogger Weaseldog said...

Yeah, but you looked.

When those were airing, I remember kids singing along with the ads.

I know you've heard this before...

A guy I used to know that wrote ads for auto dealerships told me, "I don;'t write ads for you. You're going to go look at the mileage, the MPG, kick the tires... But half of the population is on the other side of the median. I write ads for them, because they buy cars too."

 
At 8:27 AM, Blogger Weaseldog said...

I just looked at a YouTube for one of the Quiznos commercials.

Someone wrote, "Still better than Justin Beiber."

 

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