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osukeith161
Dec 19, 2004

by Y Kant Ozma Post


Mercedes Benz E-Class Commercial

You guys all know it. It is the one where every single one of those rich drivers should have killed themselves while driving, but their car saved them. Not a goddamn one of them takes any personal responsibility.
"My car got my attention, telling me that I wasn't paying attention."
"I had no idea the guy in front me stopped short."
"I was literally falling asleep behind the wheel."

Every single one of those drivers should lose their license indefinitely until they realize how much of a danger they are to others on the road. Instead, because they have money, Mercedes panders to the don't-have-to-give-a-poo poo demographic who think that they are better than everyone else. It is the most infuriating ad on television.

Also, Hyuandi and Pomplamosse. I will never, ever purchase one of your cars. That campaign ruined your brand.

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osukeith161
Dec 19, 2004

by Y Kant Ozma Post


Palleon posted:

If you can call what they do singing, it sounds like she's just up there reading cue cards and waiting for a paycheck. more Xanax.

Their detached, monotone, emotionless "Up on the rooftop" is what I will hear in hell, over and over.

I have no idea what the people were going for in their Snapper/Simplicty commercial, but I end up hating whatever it is. The "man crush" followed by "right at you bro" makes me wonder if they are supposed to be lesbians, females playing the role of stereotypical males, or supposed to be straight women who had horribly written dialogue? I have seen it a lot during golf programs. This commercial is terrible.

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