For the Young at Heart Part 2
The rest of the Mrs. Mac’s Lean Meat with a Crusty Top campaign. ENJOY!
Constipated? Maybe. Stud? Hell yea.
Sure gives new meaning to the word “cougar.”
For the Young at Heart
released: Oct. 2010
Slogan: Lean Meat with a Crusty Top
I think I just barfed in my mouth a little.
Makes you think that Mrs. Mac’s Famous Beef Pies are glazed over with a crusty layer of mold. Is mold the secret ingredient to hold in freshness, Mrs. Mac? Who eats food like that?
This is another ad concept that keeps repeating itself but does it bring in sales? For those agencies that run ads like these, what is your R.O.I (return on investments) on this these images? Do they really work?
Here is another image by Virgin Radio (France) with the same concept:
released: Sept. 2010
I find the Virgin Radio one a bit more disturbing. What are your thoughts?
Australian bodybuilders heading your way!
This commercial was too much, as in too many body builders, too many protein shakes, and too many awkward poses. There was also a huge underlay of homo eroticism with a heavy dose of narcissism that really peaked out at the 00:50 mark.
I felt like Honda Australia laid it on super thick, but did it work? I admit, I let out a few chuckles but through most of it, I was very confused and felt a bit awkward. Funny that a commercial can make me feel that way.
Before I sign off this post, I have a random observation. Did the blond girl look really weird or am I just being extra snide with this post?