The Škoda Fabia Cake is full of lovely stuff

Cake is a television and cinema advertisement launched in 2007 by Škoda Auto to promote the new second-generation Fabia supermini car in the United Kingdom. The campaign was a critical, popular, and financial success.

The Škoda Fabia is a supermini car produced by Czech manufacturer Škoda Auto since 1999. The second generation Fabia (internal type code 5J) was officially presented at the Geneva Auto Show in March 2007 and was sold from April 2007.

“My Favorite Things” is a show tune from the 1959 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The Sound of Music. Julie Andrews, who played Maria in the 1965 film version of the musical, had previously sung the song on the Christmas special for The Garry Moore Show.

Škoda Auto, more commonly known as Škoda, is a Czech automobile manufacturer founded in 1895 as Laurin & Klement. Its headquarters are in Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic.

Fallon is a full-service advertising agency headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with affiliate offices in London, Prague, Detroit, and Tokyo.

Why Not Get the Most out of Your Life With Mr. Ray’s Hair Weave?

A hair weave is human or artificial hair utilized for the integration with one’s natural hair. Weaves can alter one’s appearance for long or short periods of time by adding further hair to one’s natural hair or by covering the natural hair all together with human or synthetic hairpieces.

Hair loss, also known as alopecia or baldness, refers to a loss of hair from part of the head or body.

Baltimore native and filmmaker John Waters has parodied the Hon culture, as well as Baltimore itself, extensively in his movies. For a somewhat accurate representation of Baltimorese, one can look to Waters’ narration in his 1972 movie Pink Flamingos. Waters himself used a local commercial for Mr Ray’s Hair Weaves as his main inspiration. The commercial was famous around town for Mr. Ray’s thick East Baltimore accent: “Cawl todaey, for your free hayome showink…” (“Call today, for your free home showing”) was the most memorable line from that commercial.

Taedonggang Beer Relieves Stress, Improves Health and Encourages Longevity

Taedonggang is a brand of North Korean beer brewed by the state-owned Taedonggang Brewing Company based in Pyongyang. On 3 July 2009, a commercial for the product was broadcast on state-run Korean Central Television in a rare move, as there are very few advertisements on North Korean television. The commercial shows technicians sampling the beer and beer bottles floating in space, shooting out foam reminiscent of a missile launch.

The Taedonggang Brewing Company is mostly known outside the DPRK as the producer of the beer known as Taedonggang beer, which is the flagship beer of the companies. However the brewery also produces a brand of draught, a brand of black beer and a rice beer.

The Japanese brought beer to Colonial Korea in the 1930s in the form of German lager beers.

Lager is a type of beer conditioned at low temperatures. It may be pale, golden, amber, or dark. Pale lager is the most widely consumed and commercially available style of beer.

When E. F. Hutton Talks, People Listen on a Plane

EF Hutton is an American stock brokerage firm founded in 1904 by Edward Francis Hutton and his brother, Franklyn Laws Hutton. Later, it was led by well known Wall Street trader Gerald M. Loeb. Under their leadership, EF Hutton became one of the most respected financial firms in the United States and for several decades was the second largest brokerage firm in the country.

Benton & Bowles (B&B) was a New York-based advertising agency founded by William Benton and Chester Bowles in 1929. B&B created some of the most memorable commercials on television, including “Look, Ma, No Cavities” for Crest toothpaste and “When E.F. Hutton Talks, People Listen” for the New York brokerage house.

A brokerage firm, or simply brokerage, is a financial institution that facilitates the buying and selling of financial securities between a buyer and a seller.

Business class is a travel class available on many commercial airlines and rail lines, known by brand names which vary, by airline or rail company.

The Fresh Food Place, Taco Bell

Taco Bell was founded by Glen Bell, who first opened a hot dog stand called Bell’s Drive-In in San Bernardino, California in 1948 when he was 25 years old.

Pepsi is a carbonated soft drink produced and manufactured by PepsiCo. Originally created and developed in 1893 by Caleb Bradham and introduced as Brad’s Drink, it was renamed as Pepsi-Cola on August 28, 1898, and then as Pepsi in 1961.

In August 2016, The Atlantic reported that in the United States, the once popular jingle was now being replaced by advertisers with a mixture of older and recent pop music to make their commercials memorable. In 1998, there were 153 jingles in a sample of 1,279 national commercials; by 2011, the number of jingles had dropped to eight jingles out of 306 commercials.

This isn’t Heaven, Got Milk?

Milk is a white liquid produced by the mammary glands of mammals.

A chocolate chip cookie is a drop cookie that originated in the United States and features chocolate chips (small morsels of sweetened chocolate) as its distinguishing ingredient.

The flip or clamshell is a form factor of a smartphone or other device which is in two or more sections that fold via a hinge.

A semi-trailer truck (more commonly semi truck or simply “semi”) is the combination of a tractor unit and one or more semi-trailers to carry freight.

Got Milk? (stylized as got milk?) is an American advertising campaign encouraging the consumption of milk, which was created by the advertising agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners for the California Milk Processor Board in 1993, and was later licensed for use by milk processors and dairy farmers.

The [California Milk Processor Board] was created in 1993 to counter falling sales of milk as Americans switched to soft drinks, health drinks, and other beverages.