by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Budweiser has made us cry once again.

Not through it watered down taste, no. But through its use of puppies to get an important point across.

The beer company, who brought us to tears with its Super Bowl puppy love commercial, has released a new spot in which it gives pet lovers yet another reason to never (ever!) drink and drive.

It features a man heading out with some friends and a six-pack of suds, while the cutest dog you'll ever see hangs at home, waiting for his beloved owner to return.

He's waiting and he's waiting and and he's waiting and then the screen ominously tells us that "the waiting never ended" for some canines, whose masters made the irresponsible decision to drive drunk.

Seriously, people. You should already know to never get behind the wheel while inebriated. But if this ad doesn't convince you of that fact, nothing will:

Totally adorable. Totally inspiring. Totally on message, don't you think?

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This is apparently awesome!

Remember Noah Ritter, the five-year old who shot to viral fame in August when he was interviewed by a local news reporter and gushed over how much he loved an amusement park ride?

And how this was his first time on live television and how he really loved to say the word "apparently," even when he clearly didn't understand what it really meant?

Well... he's back. And cuter than ever!

Now known as the Apparently Kid, Noah stars in a commercial for Freshpet, an American manufacturer of refrigerated food and treats for dogs and cats.

Watch him embrace the role of company spokesperson in the following ad, while apparently playing with lots of puppies. We're so excited for him! And, also, so jealous of him.

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by Free Britney at . Comments

Gisele Bundchen is fighting back against the haters in an Under Armour ad which makes public criticism of her campaign for the company a focal point.

In the 60-second spot, the world's highest-paid model doesn’t utter a single word but instead throws kicks and punches at a heavy bag inside a warehouse.

All the while, social media comments about her, and specifically her endorsement deal with the brand, are projected on the walls, serving as motivation:

Among the shade thrown at Gisele on Twitter:

  • “Is modeling now a sport?”
  • “Under Armour. WTF?”
  • “Stick to modeling sweetheart.“
  • "Gisele is soooooo fake.”
  • “She’s old.”

The commercial is the latest in Under Armour’s “I Will What I Want” campaign, and it seems to thrive on the 34-year-old's surprisingly high number of detractors.

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Has Spirit Airlines gone too far?

Or is the company's latest ad campaign just too darn funny?

With more and more lewd pictures of celebrities being released online each day (Jill Scott nude pics have now been verified as legitimate) by a hacker on the photo-sharing site 4chan, Spirit has taken advantage of this scandal with a new advertisement.

It features a nude woman covering up her breasts and it includes the tagline: Our Bare Fare was Hacked!

Spirit Airlines Ad

"We feel naked; you were never supposed to see this Bare Fare!" reads the flyer. "It was meant for a special someone (who isn’t you). Now it’s all over the internet for you to take advantage of as you see fit. Scandalous!

"We thought the cloud was our friend, y’know, because we spend so much time flying with ‘em. But now our private prices are on display! Bad for us; GREAT for you."

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Suffering from a lack of self-confidence, fellas?

Not getting enough respect at work?

Often embarrassed in front of your girlfriend?

Not to worry. You can now add three inches to your manhood, thanks to Shoes by Jews, a company whose epic commercial promises to increase your height.

What, did you think we were referring to something else?!?

This uproarious (and accurate!) ad immediately goes into the pantheon of greats, right alongside Kate Upton shilling for Hot Pockets and Mila Kunis for Jim Beam.

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While Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" video is dominating the headlines this week, she's got nothing on this girl in Missouri and her affinity for her local mall.

An ad for the East Hills Mall in St. Joseph, Mo., has everything you could want in a song about a mall, even if you never knew you wanted it in the first place:

We got nothing. Except sorry, poor girl who got roped into this.

According to KNPN, the producer of the commercial, Chris Fleck, was hoping it would go viral. It is unclear if he wanted it to do so for the reason it has.

Any publicity is good publicity for a mall, we suppose.

From the green screen work to the unintentionally (we think) atrocious lyrics and the off-key singing and beat boxing, this TV spot has got it all, people.

From boots and pants to more boots and pants.

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

A new Nine West ad campaign tries to sell women shoes by placing them in situations many are decrying as sexist.

In one photo, for instance, a purse is caring a pair of flip-flops while the faceless woman featured in it does the “Anticipatory Walk of Shame.”

On another, the company writes that its footwear is great for “starter husband hunting.”

  • Walk of Shame Ad
  • Nine West Ad

Senior Vice President of Marketing Erika Szychowki tells the New York Times that the tag lines are simply reflective of current times and vernacular.

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

David Duchovny understands why people are bothered by his new commercial.

The actor anchors an ad for Siberian Crown beer that was released online Friday and which has led to a considerable amount of backlash, considering the conflict in eastern Ukraine and allegations surrounding the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17.

In a statement to TMZ, Duchovny explains why he chose to star in the spot and why he's not expressing support for any nation as a result of it.

"I am proud of my Russian, Ukrainian, Scottish and Polish heritage as I am proud of my American heritage,” Duchovny says. “But being proud of one’s ancestry is not a political statement on any current government or public policies."

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Paris Hilton has reunited with Carl's Jr.

Nine years after first starring in a spot for the fast food chain, Hilton and model Hannah Ferguson are featured in a commercial titled “I Love Texas.”

It features the black bikini-clad women washing a dirty car inside a barn, writhing around with each other on it... while eating a hamburger.

Makes perfect sense to us.

Other beauties who have starred in a Carl's Jr. campaign include Kate Upton, Katherine Webb, Jennifer McCarthy, Heidi Klum and Audrina Patridge. Ogle over the new Hilton spot now:

Not too shabby, huh, fellas?

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by Tyler Johnson at . Comments

Derek Jeter will retire at the end of the 2014 MLB season, and with the year's halfway point upon us, tributes to the legendary Yankees shortstop have begun rolling in.

Earlier today, Nike unveiled a 2-minute commercial set to air during Tueday's All Star Game in which fans ranging from Spike Lee to Carmelo Anthony to a group of begrudgingly respectful Bostonians all tip their caps in tribute to El Capitan.

A group of Mets even join in the show of respect. Fortunately, their faces are digitally blurred so as to keep their lockers un-vandalized by teammates.

As for Mr. Met, himself, well...he probably should've thought twice before appearing in the spot. Dude's got the world's most recognizable head.

Check out the video above to see a wide array of sports fans show their love for Jeets.

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