The Compendium: 20 January

  • PopPress
  • January 20, 2017
  • StopPress Team
The Compendium: 20 January

Ryan Lochte (aka ultimate swim bro) is paving himself a 'clean whey' with this latest ad for PowerBar.

The Association for Safer Driving in Israel uses shock tactics (and a famous YouTuber) to deliver its message.

Admit it, dancing makes food taste better.

Don't blame it on the AirPods, blame it on the boogie, says Apple. 

Repent your sins...via text message? AXA hopes humor will help get its safety message across.

To bacon, or not to bacon?

Rediscovering an old pair of running shoes liberates a former marathon runner in this latest Adidas Germany commercial.

Maybe Trump's late night tweets aren't a sign of petty narcissistic egotism; maybe its just a sign the president-elect needs a good night's sleep.

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Would you like sauce with that?

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  • July 21, 2017
Would you like sauce with that?

In order to work around Chicagoans stubborn sense of identity and pride, Heinz has come out with a brand new product called 'Chicago Dog Sauce' which is basically—you guessed it—ketchup in disguise.

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