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The joke at the end of this spot is a bit cliche, which means the spot will likely fall short of the votes needed to earn a spot in the game day line-up.
These little infants made their on-screen debuts at a young age and used their pudgy cheeks and lovable antics to help companies boost their sales. Marketing veeps know that us humans are hardwired to find babies utterly irresistible (even when they’re naughty) and advertisers have no problem using this to their advantage when it comes time to get creative with Super Bowl commercials.
Check out all three finalists below — each of which includes one key ingredient for a successful Super Bowl ad (celebrities, babies and animals) — along with our thoughts on each spot’s chances of locking up the big prize.
“Swipe for Doritos” — This speed dating-inspired spot actually packs some star power (that’s Doris Roberts of Everybody Loves Raymond fame, along with at least one other recognizable face).
In Super Bowl’s past, we’ve seen babies help sell cars, Doritos, cameras and even investment advice.It’s not clear what makes these tiny tots such experts on these products, but they’re so cute and funny that we’re inclined to believe them.
I don’t really do much speaking on my personal life, so the fact that I get to probably answer a few questions – people are wondering what I’m thinking about – so it’s nice to be able to put that out there.… continue reading »
Filipino-American Evan Reanald Baylon was arrested before dawn after police caught him selling 10 ecstasy tablets for P8,000 in an entrapment operation at a parking lot in Bonifacio Global City.… continue reading »
A new survey of over 2,000 female participants between the ages of 18 and 40 by pharmaceutical company Merck found that less than 1 in 10 women make the first move. Well, as Sean Donnelly wrote in Elite Daily: "Maybe you stick to the old-fashioned route; maybe you are scared of rejection; maybe you simply do not know how to approach a man. We, too, hate rejection and embarrassment, and some of us have no clue how to approach women." Now, I'm not wild with saying "welcome to man's world", implying god, it's so hard to be a man and have everyone take what you say seriously and let you take up as much physical and emotional space as you want in this world all the time. It's unfair that in the old-fashioned (and still too current) hetero dating world it's all on them to take the initiative.… continue reading »