Dec 072012

What happens when two people love each other, but have to break up for other reasons? Well, if they are musically talented then they make a music video and post it online

And that’s exactly what Jonathan Mann did after five years of a committed relationship. He wants kids, but his girlfriend doesn’t. And she isn’t changing her mind.

So they made this We’ve Got To Break Up music video which is going viral, already amassing over 150,000 views in two days. The video is also featured on NYDailyNews, Mirror, and HWGossip


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Nov 292012

 is one of YouTube‘s most popular auto-tune remix artists. For his latest remix piece, he took Charlie Chaplin’s timeless 1940 anti-fascist speech from The Great Dictator, and gave it a 21st century auto-tune twist


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Nov 292012

‘ son James is ten years old and suffers from Asperger’s Syndrome. His favorite toys are Lego’s which he has been playing with since he was four years old. 

A few years ago he spotted the Emerald Night Train set at the toy store, and fell in love. His parents said he had to save and pay for the $100 set himself.

After two years of saving, he finally had enough. But, alas! The set was discontinued.

Lucky for James, Lego is a company that knows how to deal with their fans.  


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Nov 272012

Thanksgiving is a holiday centered around family, so that’s why  flew all the way from Hong Kong to New York just for the weekend. 

His friend helped him pull off the trip, and just before knocking on the family apartment door, they turned on the camera

Naturally, mom ran up to him jumping and smiling. Dad simply invited him to go to the DMV on Saturday. Classic. 


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Nov 222012

Gary Jules and Michael Andrews are best known for their somber cover of Tears for Fears’ Mad World. Their version has become an unofficial anthem for depression, sadness, and misery. 

To demonstrate the fact that every three seconds a child dies from preventable causes around the world, the  and Grey Düsseldorf commissioned The Wuppertaler Kurrende Boy’s Choir to sing the emotional cover for an unsuspecting audience.

Every few seconds, one of the boys would leave the stage, until there was only one singer left. He closed with, “Every three seconds the world loses a child. Your donation can help to stop this.”

The new video has over 140,000 views, and is featured on GreatAdsInspirationRoom, and AdLand


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