Funniest. Commercials. Ever. {Featuring Girls Don’t Poop: PooPourri Video}

Oh. My. God.

I have never been so utterly shocked, repulsed, amazed and in awe in my life.

Let me set the story for you.

My dad told me that from my very early childhood he seriously wondered if commercials had some sort of hidden subliminal messages that lured me in.

I adore a good commercial. (My previous, recent favorite—for you other 80’s children—was this.)


However, the winds have changed (no pun intended)—to this.

PooPourri—because girls don’t poop—is the funniest commercial. Ever.

Here’s another hilarious one about learning English through the Berlitz method (a reader on my Facebook page reminded me of it when I asked for reader favorites):

And I’m not sure why but this Travelers Insurance commercial starring an adorable dog always manages to both tug at my heart-strings and make me giggle:

This banned commercial from the Netherlands is all sorts of wrong—it’s amazing:

Dutch oven. Need I say more?

Well, apparently farts are funny:

Then there’s the classic Canyonero, of course.


(Sorry, I had to.)

Dads in Briefs is thought-provoking…about dads in briefs.


I think I’ll end there.

After you’ve heard “skid marks” referenced in a commercial and seen numerous dads in briefs, I’m sinking you have nowhere else to go. (And if you don’t get “sinking” then, at least watch the Berlitz commercial.)

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Ed: Bryonie Wise

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Jennifer S. White is a voracious reader, obsessive writer, passionate yoga instructor and drinker of hoppy ales. She’s also a devoted mama and wife (a stay-at-home yogi). She considers herself to be one of the funniest people who ever lived and she’s also an identical twin. In addition to her work on elephant journal, Jennifer has over 40 articles published on the wellness website MindBodyGreen and her yoga-themed column Your Personal Yogi ran in the newspaper Toledo Free Press. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in geology, absolutely no degrees in anything related to literature, and she currently owns a wheel of cheese. If you want to learn more about Jennifer, make sure to check out her writing, as she’s finally put her tendencies to over-think and over-share to good use. Jennifer is the author of The Best Day of Your Life, available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. She’s also as excited as a five year old to announce the release of her second book, The Art of Parenting: Love Letters from a Mother, available on Amazon.