Posts Tagged ‘ Old Spice ’


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Old Spice is known for their ‘out of the box’ commercials that get people to talk about them more than they actually advertise their product.  However, the new “Mom-Song” commercial does both pretty effectively.  It’s spreading so fast online that the lyrics pop up on Google like it’s a chart topper.  Check the method below.

Lyrics: “Oh I didn’t see it coming, but it came in a can. Now my sweet son’s sprayed into a man. Mine too and hey we know just who to blame. When our sons have fun with women and misbehave. Old Spice! Old Spice sprayed a man of my son. Now he’s kissing all the women and his chores aren’t done. He was just my little sweetie, tiny fingers hands and feeties. Now he’s touching kissing feeling all the women because Old Spice sprayed a man of my son now he smells like a man and they treat him like one.”

Hawkridge & Wolfthorn.


Old Spice has been coming up with some pretty good ads for the last few years now.  From Terry Crews, to ‘The Man Your Man Could Smell Like’, if nothing else, Old Spice ads are quite memorable.  For they’re newest two fragrances they’re come up with some new, but equally ridiculous commercials which fans of their older ads are sure to love.  Check the method below.

(This one’s for you Jared)
(This one’s for you Reg)

The Greatest Video Game To Ever Hit The Internet.


Demonstrating once again that its marketing department is full of geniuses, Old Spice launched Dikembe Mutombo’s 4 1/2 Weeks To Save The World three weeks ago, and it’s going viral to hilarious effect. Featuring the voice of Dikembe Mutombo himself, the game sets the tone:


“A kabillion some odd years ago-ish, the Mayans predicted the world will end on December 21, 2012, which is a terrible idea since we as humans have not even invented a self-combing hair yet.

“Someone had to defend our planet and prevent this from happening. And that defender had to be me: Dikembe Mutumbo.

“For 4 1/2 weeks, I will courageously battle to save our world and, with your help, carve additional time into the Mayan calendar to buy us more time on the earth. That’s why this game is called: “Dikembe Mutombo’s 4 1/2 Weeks to Save the World.”

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Each week, the site includes a new retro-style game placing you in the huge shoes of Dikembe Mutombo and, with the help of Science the bear, pitting you against whatever pop-culture reference is currently threatening to destroy the world. The first week’s game sees the world threatened by a South Korean dance craze that ”is well past its natural social buzz shelf life,” and distracting Americans from voting.  Click any of the photos to check the method.



Terry Crews Makes Muscle Music.

Terry Crews, will be infinitely known as the loud and more muscle-y Old Spice guy. He is back with a raucous new project for the men’s care brand—Old Spice Muscle Music. In the Vimeo video below, Terry’s muscles are all hooked up to musical devices—snare drums, bass drums, tom-toms, tambourines, guitar, bike horn, woodblock, even a “flame sax” set of three saxophones. When he flexes each muscle, an instrument plays—flex them all furiously, and you get a symphony of muscle-y sound. I literally laughed until I was rolling on the ground when I first saw this.

The Female OldSpice Commercial.

So in preparation for work, I had a few drinks, and out of nowhere, my best friend showed me this video that blew my mind.  The ever so famous Old Spice commercials with the black guy, and the fancy transitions has been flipped to speak to men instead.  A hot women with a super sexy British accent and no shirt proceeds to talk about all the things men would want their woman to do (funny how she never mentions blowjobs though.) and actually manages to be as funny as the original commercials.  Check the method below.

DJ Storm’s Top 5 Funniest Commercials

So, my boy Charlie and I had a long discussion about the top 5 commercials we crack up at every time we see them.  Some of them are recent while others have aged quite a bit.  But regardless of the date they were released, they all cater to my sense of humor in such a way that puts them in my top 5.  (Note: The names I’ve put are not the actual names of the commercials, just the way I remember them.)


4. Your Man Could Smell Like He’s Black.

3. All That Language

2. Black, Black, Black, Black, Black Odor… For 16 HOURS.

1. The Greatest Commercial Ever.