…and I don’t want to be reminded of that. Luckily, I can’t remember much anyway. When I started drinking Jameson neat with a Guinness chaser, I should have known I was in trouble. Good times. Ad by Psyop/Stink/BBDO Dublin. As always, Psyop is amazing.
Awww….I love a group of guys who stick together. And I love beer. So this tv spot for Carling that Chimps posted today tugged at my last, barely there heart string. Might be because I’m still a little drunk from last night, but creative well done by BMB.
I’m thinking Bali. Hawaii. Bora Bora. Quincy, Illinois. This Halloween tv spot by Cramer-Krasselt for Corona reminded me that I’d rather be at a beach bar with a cocktail in hand than here in this freezing office with tinted windows, thinking about a “winter holiday” campaign for my politically correct client.
Or, a Stella just tastes damn good with a plate of overcooked fries. Glad I stopped at 2 last night, I’m attempting to keep to my promise at least twice a week. Brand New School has done the most amusing shorts for DDB Chicago for the site Here’s To Beer. Premise is you’re having a beer with various historical celebrities. I quite like the Earl of Sandwich. Or maybe I just like sandwiches. Mmmm. I’m hungry. Either way, nice job by DDB to engage Brand New School. Check out the shorts at the microsite or at BNS’ project page.
I like Sol. So I don’t care that they’re obviously using sex to sell these ads. In fact, I applaud it – what else do you think about when you’ve had 8 beers? That the girl down the bar is hot, you take her home, and wake up with a transvestite. Happens all the time.
(via 2wenty 4our)
But I still want a half and half. I’m so susceptible to advertising. Or I just drink too much. This Guinness spot from BBDO is the culprit – doubly powerful with beer and ninjas.
I began my alcoholic haze yesterday with a Coors Light (get off me for my beer choice – it sounded good on a hot patio). I noticed the bottle had the new label I’ve been hearing about with temperature sensitive ink. The mountains turn blue when the beer is ice cold, and slowly turn white as the bottle warms. Great choice of labeling at this time of year, and it becomes more and more interesting the more you drink. Now I’m going to get some Mexican food to end the agony of my hangover.