Monday Funday: Netflix, Bud Light and Currency Fairy

Monday Funday is our weekly roundup of humourous marketing content, designed to give you a little pick-me-up so you’re ready to face the week ahead. Prepare to be edu-tained.

Tailored ToV from your Internet TV

Netflix surprised and delighted one unhappy customer last year with this remarkably witty and playful response to his complaint about an episode of Parks & Recreation. Another great example of brands busting out of boring corporate-speak and having fun with their customers. Get ready to scroll!


Zut alors!

Not that we’re bitter about England’s last minute defeat at the hands of France, but we thought it’d brighten everyone’s day a bit if we posted a video of one of the most feared men to ever put on the French number eight jersey in a somewhat less threatening situation than we’re used to seeing him. Behold, the currency fairy!

From the ha-ha-harchives

If we’re talking about the weekend’s rugby then it’d be rude to ignore the fact that yesterday saw one of the biggest sporting events in the world take place (even if it was played on the other side of the Atlantic in the middle of the night by two teams of people we’ve never heard of). We’re talking about the Super Bowl of course. In that spirit, here’s a hilarious Bud Light commercial that originally aired in the one of the many, many, many ad breaks in 2008’s game.

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Author: Tom Owen

A strategic storyteller and compelling content creator, awash with acuity and adept at alliteration. I work for Speak Media.

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