2014 Volkswagen - wings

2014 Volkswagen - wings

Audi's Super Bowl Ad Stars a Horrifying 'Doberhuahua' Hybrid of a Chihuahua Combined With a Doberman

Audi's 'Doberhuahua' Super Bowl Ad Stars a Horrifying Chihuahua-Doberman Hybrid

Audi's Super Bowl Ad Stars a Horrifying 'Doberhuahua' Hybrid of a Chihuahua Combined With a Doberman

▶ 'The Star Wars That I Used To Know' - Gotye 'Somebody That I Used To Know' Parody - YouTube

▶ 'The Star Wars That I Used To Know' - Gotye 'Somebody That I Used To Know' Parody - YouTube

Which was your favorite commercial of Super Bowl 2014? || http://www.peppergang.com/the-pepper-gang-super-bowl-ad-superlative-awards/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=pin&utm_campaign=article || #superbowl #ads

Which was your favorite commercial of Super Bowl 2014? || http://www.peppergang.com/the-pepper-gang-super-bowl-ad-superlative-awards/?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=pin&utm_campaign=article || #superbowl #ads

cute ads - Google 検索

cute ads - Google 検索

Driving a 'stick-shift.' Sadly, a lost art. <<< 17 years old and keeping the art going.

Driving a 'stick-shift.' Sadly, a lost art. <<< 17 years old and keeping the art going.

TEMITA は世界の「やってみた!」シェアするメディアです。

TEMITA は世界の「やってみた!」シェアするメディアです。

Bonus points for use of "Everybody Wang Chung Tonight" for no reason!

Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’

Bonus points for use of "Everybody Wang Chung Tonight" for no reason!

Sarah McLachlan in Audi's "Doberhuahua" | The 12 Celebrity Super Bowl Commercials You'll Actually Want To See Again

The 12 Celebrity Super Bowl Commercials You'll Actually Want To See Again

Sarah McLachlan in Audi's "Doberhuahua" | The 12 Celebrity Super Bowl Commercials You'll Actually Want To See Again

Audi: Compromises Scare Us Too (aka Doberhuahua, Superbowl 2014). This had us laughing out loud. Aside from the obvious conceptual similarity to Ford's "better than x OR y" campaign, this was pretty great.

Audi: Compromises Scare Us Too (aka Doberhuahua, Superbowl 2014). This had us laughing out loud. Aside from the obvious conceptual similarity to Ford's "better than x OR y" campaign, this was pretty great.

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