Saturday Night Special: Awkward Ad

April 23rd, 2011

Saturday Night Special: Awkward Ad - Saturday Night Specials

Being photographed with this pop is more daring than anything Evel Knievel ever did.

(submitted by our good friend Kenny)


28 Responses to “Saturday Night Special: Awkward Ad”

  1. Lise67 says:

    You can bet this kid,now a man,has been copping it from his siblings for 30 yrs for this pic.My sister was the baby model for a babywear spread in our local mag in 1963,and we STILL give her grief for the pic where she has a fist full of soggy biscuit -and it’s nowhere as bad as this.

  2. Neil says:

    Steady son! That’s how I started.

  3. Mel says:

    Michael Cera – you were a goofy kid.

  4. Suki says:

    “It’s a ROCKET SHIP!!”

  5. Doctor X says:

    I should point out that the kid is attempting to eat the plastic mold itself, not a popsicle. Suddenly, the goofy expression makes more sense.

  6. Rob says:

    Hmmm. Bad hair…goofy smile…long cylinder-shaped object in the mouth.
    Is Justin Bieber a time traveler??

  7. Solana says:

    Does anyone else think the kid looks like Norman Bates?

  8. Abe says:

    Ice cream lobotomy?

  9. Lucia says:

    The kid’s face is priceless!! I can’t stop laughing!! This made my day.

  10. DeeDeeDeeDee says:

    Best ad ever! By far.

  11. Sabra says:

    Ahh, memories. Somewhere in a family photo album is a picture of me and my two brothers, posing in front of the big, ornate gates in front of Evel Knievel’s palatial estate in glorious Butte, Montana. The left gate had/has a big, scrolly E, and the right one, a big, scrolly K, natch. It was quite the destination for redneck, hick tourists like us, yeah, buddy!

  12. Rosemary says:

    This is exactly the type of ad that makes people want desperately to buy a product.

  13. Juno says:

    Awesome!!!

  14. JJ says:

    Hahaha holy crap! Someone has to find out what happened to this kid. Guarantee he regretted this ad, and desperately sought a mild-mannered life as an adult simply hoping people would simply forget this ever happened. It worked… until today. Ah, the power of the internet… :)

  15. Sea says:

    HAHAHAHHAHAHAAAA THAT IS AMAZINGGGG!

  16. cincha says:

    Um, I think his name is Evel, not Evil.

    Best ad ever.

  17. Tom Flapwell says:

    The boy’s expression makes it that much worse.

    But please correct “Evel.” The spelling is right there.

  18. Dan says:

    Even the kid has that look on his face. “You want me to do WHAT?!”

  19. tmansbamaw says:

    OMG!!! Funniest thing ever!

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