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Desc:'Cause nothing says 'tires' like the Velvet Underground and fat guys in nipple clamps.
Category:Advertisements, Horror
Tags:wtf, Velvet Underground, nipple clamps, dunlop, tire ad
Submitted:B. Weed
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Busby Berkeley
Awwww, Dunlop just wanted to be swingin' on the flippity-flop with the GenXrs and some lamestain delivered a Nirvana video instead. Harsh realm, dude.
Son of Slam
"Dad, was that your commercial?"

"I... don't.. know"
The Townleybomb
That certainly made perfect sense.
For some reason that reminded me of the opening song from Goldeneye, and I have no idea why.
yeah you should probably commit suicide

That was certainly unexpected.

Well some CEO's film student child needs to be put on a leash.

Hey, Monster Magnet covered this song, I want those motherfuckin' tires!!!
I'd go out and buy Dunlop tires right now and I'm not joking about that. Trouble is the jerks don't have my size.
The early 90's drove advertisers completely bugshit insane.
Nothing makes me want to buy a certain brand of tires like yet another face that will haunt my nightmares.
It was heartbreaking to see such a sell-out Soundgarden video.
Sign the work order, of shiny shiny paper
Sign the form, now BLEEEEED for meeeeeee.....

90s commercials were great until FRUITOPIA ruined everything.

Damn you Fruitopia, you were not the promised land we'd hoped you would be.
This ad got just about everyone in my year listening to the Velvet Underground.
pretty sure they are not hitting the right market with that one
Man, this made just as much sense to me as a 13 year old as it does to me now.
From the director of American History X...which the director hated and tried to get his name removed from the credits when the lead actor cut the original version up...

This commercial makes sense...and it is making fun of you.
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