Following their interviews with Cape Town’s Beliebers, Derick Watts & The Sunday Blues hit the fanwalk once again this Wednesday evening for more awkward encounters, this time with the Rihanna Navy.
To promote the latest adaption of the supernatural horror film Carrie, a West Village coffee shop in NYC was rigged to make it look like one of the patrons possessed telekinetic powers.
In this ‘How to’ video Schalk Bezuidenhout shares his learnings on how to tackle the Rocking The Daisies music festival this weekend.
Funky chickens and a disco soundtrack help to illustrate the Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Drive MAGIC BODY CONTROL which ensures optimum driving comfort. Brilliance!
Let’s end off a looong week and bring in the weekend with a little game of: What would you do?
Nothing like the pure and utter joy of this dancing jewish boy on the brink of adulthood, during the burlesque-esque opening number to his bar mitzvah, to wrap up a long week.
JHB blog Another-Day joined the dusty thousands at Oppikoppi last weekend to interview whoever would oblige, and proceeded to make an impromptu Limp Bizkit tribute video featuring some of SA’s most, um, relevant bands.
A bluesy, baby Raven Symone lip synching to Koko Taylor’s ‘I’m a Woman’ as Olivia in the 7th season of The Cosby Show. Enjoy, it’s impossible not to.
Please enjoy this spectacular piece of advertising while you wait for 5pm to roll around.
Hilarious and somewhat mental Friday afternoon entertainment comes in the form of the FOBLO Bulletin.
This complete and utter mad-mad-madness is a ‘promotional’ video of sorts for and by Melbourne-based admaker John Pace.
A beautiful gift from the internet to keep you occupied for the snail-paced last hour of work on a Friday. Enjoy this never-ending, rainbow-coloured wormhole into your past.
Male models singing Daft Punk’s Get Lucky. Happy Friday!
And then the internet gave us Prancercise. Have a good weekend everybody!
New! TV is a recently launched website where you can find great TV ads, old and new, categorized into playlists like ‘Kids vs Monkeys’, ‘Curious Couples’ and ‘Unhappy Ending’.