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4 Things Marketers Should Know About This Season of Dancing with the Stars


By David Schwab, managing director of Octagon First Call Entering its 19th season tonight, ABC's Dancing with the Stars features a new judge (former pro dancer turned actress Julianne Hough), a large crop of new pros, and of course, a brand new cast.

Watch GoDaddy's New Ads, and Tell Us What on Earth You Think You Just Saw


GoDaddy has tried various things to break out of its reputation for sleaze. First, it kept the attractive women but added some geeky guys.

Here's How Samsung Gloatingly Responded to Apple's Larger iPhone Screens


This Samsung ad, which debuted over the weekend, teases the October release of its Galaxy Note 4—and also, more mercilessly, teases Apple for being late to the phablet game at its iPhone 6 event last week.  Called "Then and Now," the minute-long clip reminds viewers that Samsung was the first company to popularize larger-size handsets.

Sydney Art Director Is Called 'Australia's Biggest Wanker,' but Is That Really Fair?


Jarryd Zankovic, a senior art director at Play Communications in Sydney, Australia, earned the karmic wrath of Reddit, which seized upon a douchey (though apparently tongue-in-cheek) interview with him in marketing magazine B&T and declared the 28-year-old to be "Australia's biggest wanker." They made fun of his grooming regimen, his 30-40 pocket squares, his drop crotch pants, which he says are necessary due to the large size of his wang.

Smart Car Makes Crosswalks Safer (and More Fun) With Dancing 'Don't Walk' Guy


How do you get people to stop for the "Don't walk" guy in the crosswalk? Make the "Don't walk" guy a little more interesting to look at.

Urban Outfitters Just Hit a New Low by Selling Bloody Kent State Sweatshirt


Filed under: The most WTF thing we've seen in months. Urban Outfitters, purveyor of clothing and home goods, big-ass floppy hats and occasionally offensive T-shirts, has outdone itself with this product on its website—a "vintage" Kent State University sweatshirt featuring fake blood splatters.

Here's How Samsung Gloatingly Responded to Apple's Larger iPhone Screens


This Samsung ad, which debuted over the weekend, teases the October release of its Galaxy Note 4—and also, more mercilessly, teases Apple for being late to the phablet game at its iPhone 6 event last week.  Called "Then and Now," the minute-long clip reminds viewers that Samsung was the first company to popularize larger-size handsets.

When Irish People Describe Their First Time, It Gets Pretty Weird Pretty Fast


Sure, the old "they're not really talking about sex" gag is an ancient red herring, but we still enjoyed this bit of low-budget advertising from Cork, Ireland.

Chicken Keyboard Is One of Many Prizes in Finger-Lickin' Weird KFC Contest


Because fried chicken is the greatest thing in the history of the world, and considering Japan is from the future, it's surprising they got their first KFC only 30 years ago.

Burger King Japan Comes Out With the Blackest Black Burger Yet


Want a burger to match your soul? Burger King Japan's black burgers may fit the bill. The Kuro Burger—translation, "black burger"—and deluxe sibling the Kuro Diamond Burger don dark trimmings, including a black bun made from squid ink and bamboo charcoal, as well as black cheese infused with bamboo charcoal (or possibly made from emo cows).

Kotex Tells You to Be Gentle With Your Cat (What's Another Word for Cat?)


Cats are very sensitive. And when you apply sticky tape to them, they tend to walk funny. Just like when your pad won't stay in place and decides to adhere to your crotch.

The 'Apparently' Kid From That Viral Newscast Apparently Just Made His First Ad


Last month, a video of a 5-year-old went viral (15 million views and counting) after a local news station interviewed him at Pennsylvania's Wayne County Fair.

Incredible Ikea Billboard Tips an Apartment Sideways to Become a Rock-Climbing Wall


Psst, maybe we shouldn't take this apartment—the floor seems kind of slanted. Ikea promoted the opening of its 30th store in France by building an apartment into a vertical rock-climbing wall.

One Bite of Chocolate Puts Everything in Perspective in This Lovely Spot From Norway


This video spot for Freia chocolate shows a young, impressively bearded Norwegian man living by the "full life, empty fridge" principle in New York City.

Save the Children Follows Up Its Brutal Syria PSA With a Similar One About Literacy


Attention, dads. If you take a nap instead of reading with your son, he will grow up to be the kind of illiterate, all-around failure who gets misspelled tattoos about having no "ragrets." At least, that's the moral of a new PSA from charity Save the Children U.K.—done in a similar style (and in fact by the same agency, Don't Panic) as the group's brutal March PSA about kids in Syria.

This Probably Isn't the Billboard the Westboro Baptist Church Wanted in Its Hometown


The award for best trolling billboard this week goes to this impressive display in Topeka, Kansas, which just so happens to be the hometown of the not exceedingly gay-friendly Westboro Baptist Church.

This Guy's Replies to 9/11 Brand Tweets Sum Up Everything That's Wrong With 9/11 Brand Tweets


Brands that try to get in on the social conversation around 9/11 can come off as crass and opportunistic.

Meet the Adman Who Really, Really Likes Laughing at Adolf Hitler


Anyone who knows Jim Riswold knows he has a bit of a Hitler obsession—or more specifically, an obsession with making the Nazi leader look stupid through art.

This Guy's Replies to 9/11 Brand Tweets Sum Up Everything That's Wrong With 9/11 Brand Tweets


Brands that try to get in on the social conversation around 9/11 can come off as crass and opportunistic.

Is Apple or Pumpkin the Ultimate Fall Flavor? Vote Your Allegiance at Dairy Queen


It's getting real at Dairy Queen this month, as the venerable fast-food chain stages an online battle between two of its Blizzard frozen treat flavors for autumnal supremacy.


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