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Random food ads continue to be random.


Find Your Reason
If he turned 21 in peanut years in just 6 human months, they'll have to hold another peanut funeral in pretty short order.

Especially if he jumps right into alcoholism.

Especially if he goes to a bar without a mask or social distance.


Smol Monster
(She/her, they/them)
They're still pushing this new mascot, huh? I thought the reaction was an almost universal FUCK OFF AND DIE, BRAND.

Tiers in Rain

Gaming Replicant!
This is a fairly standard Kraft Mac and Cheese commercial. Yet, the music is Enya. Enya! Not only that but this particular song was used in a video tribute at one time to 9/11 victims and since that time I forever associate this song with that. It's very awkward to hear in this context.



Rated Ages 6+
(He, Him)

Burger King and Ronald McDonald share a kiss in new Helsinki ad campaign



..and his little cat, too
Criminy, Hamill is such a freaking treasure.

So is Stewart, don't get me wrong, but Hamill is the one who's got my sides splitting in this instance.


Find Your Reason
OK, but if McDonalds counters with McHammer 40k, I'm switching to Shake Shack.


Find Your Reason
Ditto. Sunlight wakes me up early even with blackout curtains and eyemasks. I don't even know if these headcrab-looking hoods are real but I lament there are no Arbies (Arby'ses? Arbii?) anywhere nearby.
Old food ads can be mighty interesting as well, especially when it tried to appeal to the "rad" and "extreme" generation of teens in the 90s. Take, for example, OK Soda. Launched in select test markets in 1993, though failing to leave a mark, the soda is mostly known for the very unique marketing campaign including eye-catching can art, commercials, and radio ads. There was also a phone number, but that just played the radio ads.

Here are the commercials I was talking about.


Man, those cans would 100% contain a microbrewery IPA today and have a very 2010s style. Kind of bummed I never heard of this soda, spicy citrus sounds right up my alley.