Tuesday, April 16, 2013





I'd Date Me and I'd Bleach Me are the latest ads for the Philips Norelco electric razors and "I'd FAQ Me" campaign created by Ogilvy & Mather, New York. The commercial feature what could very well be any man in the world who stands in front of the mirror manscaping as he contemplates all the wonderful things he would do to himself.

Credits:
Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, New York.
Full credit list @ Adweek

Not to worry guys, your junk is in good hands and the I'dFAQme website is pretty impressive too.

19 comments :

  1. The ad is offensive. I will not buy from this company again.

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    1. shut up you stupid stiffs, I dont care who you are thats funny as hell right there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'd humple puff me too

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    2. It is disgusting and not fit for television!

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    3. I agree, and very insensitive to children. It came on prime time while watching television with my two young daughters and they totally hated it.

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    4. Gramm Rene I totally agree what a bunch of garbage. If THIS IS THE FUNNIEST STUFF ON TELEVISION you have a sick sense of humor.

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  2. THIS IS THE FUNNIEST STUFF ON TELEVISION

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  3. you people are a bunch of little bitches whining about this commercial, there is far worse crap on tv and you dumbadses are choosing to complain about something so dumb. I was wondering why they changed it to humple puff. I knew it was because of a bunch of whiney twat waffles

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  4. Good lord. If this is the raciest thing you have to worry about your children seeing, then I want to live in your fantasy world, covered in a glass dome, with fairies sprinkling dust. (Oooh, stay away from fairies!! Bad influence!) Oy...

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  5. i was shocked.... my husband wouldn't even finish watching the show we were watching.

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  6. The commercial and your most of your posts show the immature nature of people. Why does this remind me of little boys in kindergarden learning thier first bad words. Sad that nowadays only things considered funny are potty words. Just because there is worse things on TV does not make it okay either.

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  7. Unbelieveable ! Are you kidding me ! Its bad enough what our children see daily on prime time television , an you have stooped so low to advertise your product to sell ! Well won't be buying your products anymore that's for dam sure . Word of mouth is the best advertisement , an I have a big dam mouth !!! An I will use it , nothin but two fold sons of hell dogs ! Your day will come .

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  8. I keep remembering the weird skin-suit killer from the Silence of The Lambs. He said the same line to show the viewer his mental state of narcissistic delusions.
    I think the only thing the commercial achieved was showing the same comparison.

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  9. Its a pretty ineffective commercial. I actually would like to look into purchasing one of the shavers they were advertising but the dang commercial was too focused on the doosh bag talking to himself in the mirror versus telling me how and where to purchase. Smooth!

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  12. You (Phillips) need to reference the archaic definition of the words in the actor's last frame -- according to http://www.salon.com/2013/05/11/the_modern_history_of_swearing_where_all_the_dirtiest_words_come_from/ "huffle" is defined (in 1785) as “a piece of bestiality too filthy for explanation.”

    So when I heard that guy say something about "I'd huffle[whatever] myself" I almost choked laughing. (Maybe THIS post will format correctly).

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  13. You all need to get the poles out of your asses. Good lord!

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  14. Flared0ne - The commercial says HUMPLEPUFF which is a slang term for masterbation. Hufflepuff is a House in the Harry Potter series. The commercial was foul and pathetic.

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  15. wow just putting in my two cents for norelco, the commercials are fine! neither overly funny or remotely offensive, good news is... even if the feedback is negative we all know any publicity is good publicity!!!

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