Don’t do drugs. Never has this simple message been made more effective than with the 1969 film Case Study: LSD. The film not only reminds us of why drugs are bad — it warns of the dangers of mixing psychedelics with tubed meat. And why ketchup on hot dogs is just plain wrong.
Michael Wiles of Melbourne, Australia found a BBQ grill by the side of the road and decided to take it home. Problem… he was riding a motorcycle at the time. Solution… wear the barbecue grill home, problem solved.
Carl’s Jr. has recently launched a new ad campaign for their Philly Cheesesteak Burger using Philadelphia-themed Legos. The spots will attempt to sell this abomination by including the likes of Lego Founding Fathers, and of course Lego Rocky.
Just as we were hoping that Chill Activation graphics were dying a slow death, Mommessin wine has recently adopted the Freezy Freakie technology. Their version of the packaging gimmick uses a ‘cool-dot’ on the bottle to let you know when their wine is at its prime drinking temperature.