Tuesday, December 09, 2008

L&P

It guts me that I am a complete luddite and that I can't manage to correctly upload videos without my computer whimpering pathetically, 'Oh, I've got a headache' and explaining away its behaviour with a meek, 'Error on page' message. WHICH I JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND.


Well, pah! I can still post links.


Anyway, here's an ad that I am going to share with you. I think it's fab and it cracks me up every time I watch it.


Not sure what that says about me, but hey, go have a watch.

11 comments:

Stephen Stratford said...

If I can do it, U2 can. It's a doddle, really. In YouTube, click in the embed box at top right, then Ctrl-C if on a PC, whatever the hell you do on a Mac if not, to copy that text, then paste it into your post. The text looks gibberish but that's computers for you.

laughykate said...

I think you just started talking Polish to me but, thank you, I shall do my best.

tinman18 said...

I don't undersatnd a word of what Stephen said either. You'll notice that there are never videos on by blog.

I can't even do that "an ad" link thing that you did.

Looking at that video, I'm amazed there aren't more NZ guys on "World's Hunkiest Male" lists.

laughykate said...

I know, saucy huh? Italians, Schmatlians.

Tim said...

Pah is a good word, but I prefer to say pshaw.

Holemaster said...

This one is wrong.

http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=tLKIISoQhoM&NR=1

laughykate said...

Hey Tim, do you have to spit when you say 'pswhaw'?

Holemaster - that is deeply wrong. So wrong.

Holemaster said...

Until this post, I had never heard of L&P. Last night I was out for a drink with a friend and his mate Brent who was over from Auckland for work (he works for an Ad agency, Colenso in Auckland). He happened to mention the L&P ads last night while we were talking about ads we liked. And turns out that his company hired the guys that made the L&P ads!

Doo doo doo dooooo, Doo doo doo dooooo

http://www.campaignbrief.com/nz/2006/10/official-at-last-ogilvy-cds-hi.html

laughykate said...

Spooky!

But you know the spookier thing? I could most probably find in my arsenal of friends/colleagues/acquaintances someone who knows that guy Brent who works for Colenso who recently went to Ireland for work who went out for a beer with you.

New Zealand, it's a small country.

Holemaster said...

Yeah I was thinking that alright. It's a bit like Ireland that way. And the fact that your in telly too could make that circle of people even smaller. He's an Aussie though, you mightn't talk to him.

laughykate said...

I love Australians.
Especially when we beat them.