iPad fever! Sexy lifesaving! Fonts! Objectification! Dropped food!

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  • January 28, 2010
  • Ben Fahy

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Mad TV pre-empts the latest Apple product by a couple of years (the dancing silhouettes near the end are particularly violating). And Steve Jobs, a man who still wears 'sneans' and a tucked in t-shirt yet is somehow still revered by the world's gadget loving coolios, is already working on the next one.

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There's a first time for everything.

Font nerds employ the services of a Toyota, a white floor and some paint. Watch the creative craziness ensue. And what font are you? Take the test (just don't tell the font police).

A BMW ad for premium used cars that ran in Greece in 2008.

And a handy flow chart for when food and floors collide.

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