If you live in any of the states that have the mega millions lottery, you've probably seen the commercial (the one with the bubble following people around the city) at least a hundred times.
The other night I was watching TV and that commercial came on again. I burst out laughing, because it was the first time I noticed this bit:
That's just so random it's awesome.
Ummmmm ~ what am I missing? Or do I need to have seen the commercial?ReplyDelete
What am I missing?ReplyDelete
OMG...I watched the commercial on YouTube, and it's a guy in a gorilla suit. I guess Gorillas can dream too.ReplyDelete
I dig gorillas.ReplyDelete
So long as they are over 18, technically they can buy one, too, right?ReplyDelete
Hey, that's my Uncle Mike on his way to work at the banana muffin bakery!ReplyDelete
So you've finally realized that someone caught you going to work, is that it JV?ReplyDelete
You're a star.. Not only on the internet, but on TV commercials too!
A gorilla with a boom-box? That really is random... and bizarre.ReplyDelete
I want to see a gorilla in a human suit for the next commercial. Janet Reno. The gorilla should be able to fit into that.ReplyDelete
judging by nobody else checking him out, i assume it's staged.ReplyDelete
as in, they chucked him in there on purpose, purely for your enjoyment
now you should buy a lottery ticket
Kiki, I know -- I just thought it was awesome that the ad agency included him.ReplyDelete
Let's hope that if he hits it big in the lottery he buys a more realistic looking gorilla suit.ReplyDelete
I still don't see it...ReplyDelete
sounds like a visual cognition experiment which has been used to test people's selective vision and attention. The most famous was the passing of the basketball experiment which really blew me away! ... i think if you're interested, check this site:ReplyDelete
quite fascinating how we don't notice some things that are right in our faces...
Dang it, I DO live in a Mega Millions state, but I haven't seen any commercial with bubbles following people. I feel so deprived. Don't suppose I could convince the Big Guy we have to move back to NY because they have inferior commercials down here, do you?ReplyDelete
Hey, so I need to know... Did you ever see any real money for the smallaa contest? Supposedly I won this week. I don't want to tell my husband that, and have him plan the money out to the penny until I'm sure, but what if he asks me when he gets home tonight? Help!ReplyDelete
sera, holy shit!! I totally did not see the moonwalking bear.ReplyDelete
Jen, I am waiting a full 2 weeks to make sure the money is real.
Badass geek -- I think the age of consent for gorillas is 17 in NY.ReplyDelete
Jorm, thanks, but it's obviously not me. I don't take the subway.
Ian, there's not much room in there with all that bullshit.
Now if we could just see Christy Lane singing X-mass songs to a Gorilla that would be grand.ReplyDelete
i haven't seen these commercials. i gotta start watching more tv.ReplyDelete
p.s. if you see the citibank Nickelback commercial, i'm the gal with her arms in the air and dancing. we filmed at the LA forum a few months ago. woot.
post p.s. you can't really see me, but i was there right in front of the stage. woot woot.