With Derek Jeter getting ready to play his last home game ever later this month, Gatorade decided it was the perfect time to release this gem of a commercial. The ad follows Jeter as he walks around NYC interacting with his fans and just being the all-around badass that he is. The Frank Sinatra soundtrack doesn’t hurt either. Check it out above.
It’s pretty much impossible not to read these in Archer’s voice.
I’ve never seen Obi-Wan Kenobi’s house, but if I had to guess, it would probably look just like this place. This pad, which is located in Korea, was designed by Moon Hoon to look like a spaceship. The interior is a little less modern than the exterior but it’s very nice nonetheless. One of the coolest features is probably the floor-to-ceiling bookshelf that doubles as a secret door. Take a closer look at the residence below.
It was announced this week that Universal Studios has agreed to let the famed Nike Air Mag from Back To The Future be sold as a Halloween costume. The costume version of the Air Mag’s are not an actual Nike shoe (they feature no Nike branding), but they still look pretty legit for a movie replica. The Universal Studios endorsed kicks feature light-up soles, a USB connecter, and a collector’s edition box. They are being sold for $100 a pair. That’s not bad compared to thousands of dollars people were paying for official Nike release of the futuristic shoes.
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I don’t know how you would get any work done in an office life this. The Stance Socks headquarters are filled with everything you need to distract yourself from the boring responsibilities of your job. They’ve got a fully stocked kitchen, mini ramp, driving range, and a basketball court. I’ve just got one question for you Stance, are you guys hiring?
Buzzfeed announced today that Coca-Cola will be bringing back Surge. Surge was first released in 1996 but turned out to be an epic failure. Production of the green drink was ended about 5 years later due to lack of interest from consumers.
Some genius decided to add Mario into a fail compilation. The resulting video is everything we hoped it would be and more.
Apple’s recent iPhone keynote left Samsung feeling some type of way. They created six videos making fun of the Apple keynote live stream failure, larger screen size, the new Apple watch and more. But don’t let Samsung’s tactics fool you. We all know the iPhone is where it’s at.