A round-up of the most hair-raising commercials ever made.
From Bumpits to spray on hair, there’s no denying the long and storied history of weird hair product commercials. Oh, how our younger selves yearned for a Topsy Tail and glitter hair gel. Now we’re just bewildered. But then? That marketing worked wonders.
The fear factor hit just as far one Head & Shoulders spot scarred us for life.
Dont let the bumper stickers, fridge magnets, and trashy tattoos fool you.
Texas is just as worthy of a good razzing as Indiana, Oklahoma, and all the crappy states in our fair land. Dont believe me? Here are seven examples of people who have messed with Texas to varying degrees of success.
We here at Ridelust.com obviously love automobiles, so what weve done here is compile a list of 10 of the best automotive based villains that we could think of whose cars are essential to their character and the plot of the film.
Ice Cream Robot From Japan is the Future of Awesome
Japan gets a lot of grief for the sometimes oddball shit they come up with, like Cucumber Pepsi, for example.
But all of our laughing and taunting is really just hiding the one thing we all know to be true¦Japan is completely f’ing rad. If you disagree, its only because youve never seen the Yaskawa-kun Ice Cream Robot.
NY Times: Four-Cylinder Engines Gaining New Respect
As carmakers and consumers seek real, affordable gains in miles per gallon, it will be the once-humble 4-cylinder combustion engine that takes them there ” far more than electrics or hybrids, which are years away from selling in numbers that would rein in the nations greenhouse emissions and appetite for oil.
Battle of The Beers at Britian's Beer Festival: USA vs UK
For lurking like sediment in an empty barrel is the controversial claim that American craft brewers, in their enthusiastic efforts to recreate the traditional bitters, porters, stouts, milds and golden ales of England, Scotland and Wales, are actually now bettering them.
For millennia, artists have attempted to capture water and light, but today’s fountain designers work with the actual mediums, creating fluid sculptures that draw hundreds of thousands of people daily.