To some, Grimace is a dimwitted creature hailing from McDonaldland. To others, he looks like a ruptured scrotum. A McDonald's manager may have finally revealed what he really is.
In the 1970s and 1980s, television was full of commercials featuring unsuspecting consumers discovering their preferred brand of peanut butter or coffee was hot garbage.
The number of complaints to the FCC about excessively loud commercials is up 140 percent. In a lot of cases, there's not much they can do about it.
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From insurance to cereal, these products were advertised with famous commercial jingles that are still stuck in our heads years later.
The fast-casual restaurant chain has crafted a gluten-free mitten as part of its coffee subscription promotion. Knead we say more?