Thursday, September 11, 2008

Smiles!

Every once in a while I come across something that just makes me smile. This is an advertisement for the German energy firm, Epuron. I didn't get it the first time, but I loved it the second time around. I don't want to give anything away, so just watch it… and then watch it again.



The advertisement was a winner at the International Advertising Festival in Cannes this year, winning the Golden Lion award.

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Deal Or No Deal!



Did you guys watch "Deal Or No Deal" on Tuesday? They finally gave away $1,000,000! Jessica Robinson from Utah, a 27 year old mother of one and expecting a baby next month, was offered $561,000 to walk away when only the $200,000 and $1,000,000 cases were left. After turning down $561,000, her case contained $1,000,000!

A Very Timely Olympics Blog!

The Olympics have come to a close, and now Michael Phelps is sponsoring every item in the world!


However, I have a proposal! Michael Phelps and I have a great deal in common, and I am far cheaper to hire as a pitchman. True, I am not much of a swimmer and have not even won one gold medal, but we are practically twins when it comes to training.

At least the eating part. The New York Post broke down what Phelps ate every day during the Olympic Summer Games.

"Swimming sensation Michael Phelps has an Olympic recipe for success - and it involves eating a staggering 12,000 calories a day.

"Eat, sleep and swim. That's all I can do," Phelps told NBC when asked what he needs to win medals. "Get some calories into my system and try to recover the best I can."

By comparison, the average man of the same age needs to ingest about 2,000 calories a day.

Phelps, 23, will swim 17 times over nine days of competition at the Beijing Games - meaning that he will need all the calories he can shovel in his mouth in order to keep his energy levels high.

Phelps' diet - which involves ingesting 4,000 calories every time he sits down for a meal - resembles that of a reckless overeater rather than an Olympian.

Phelps lends a new spin to the phrase 'Breakfast of Champions' by starting off his day by eating three fried-egg sandwiches loaded with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions and mayonnaise.

He follows that up with two cups of coffee, a five-egg omelet, a bowl of grits, three slices of French toast topped with powdered sugar and three chocolate-chip pancakes.

At lunch, Phelps gobbles up a pound of enriched pasta and two large ham and cheese sandwiches slathered with mayo on white bread - capping off the meal by chugging about 1,000 calories worth of energy drinks.

For dinner, Phelps really loads up on the carbs - what he needs to give him plenty of energy for his five-hours-a-day, six-days-a-week regimen - with a pound of pasta and an entire pizza. He washes all that down with another 1,000 calories worth of energy drinks."

Me too! And, by the way, I have that same body that Michael is forcing you to look at above. I just don't feel the need to walk around on TV all day with no shirt on. What a show-off!
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