Tuesday, April 19, 2011

The Alpha Males Of TV Ads

Move over Mr. Clean, take a seat Mr. Peanut. The following men have become the new faces of television advertisments. Charming and alurring, bold and brash, these fine pieces of marketing masculinity represent a new breed of awesome that will fill your television with so much epicness you will pull out your Visa in a second and just start buying sh*t.

"The Geico Guy"
(Mike McGlone)

Forget the gecko. Sporting Pat Riley's hairstyle and oozing with Horatio Caine's swagger, this man can convince anyone that saving 15% or more on car insurance by switching to Geico will help make you feel like such a badass. He also explains popular sayings quite nicely...

"The Most Interesting Man In The World"
(Roberto Hamando)

 Possessing extraordinary powers that would rival, possibly even exceed, Chuck Norris himself, the "Dos Equis Guy" is a force beyond imagination. He may not be much of a drinker, but his legacy is something all men would definitely prefer.

"Old Spice Guy"
(Isaiah Mustafa)

What else is there to say about the man every man should smell like. Not only will he defend your honor by slaying giant flying robot ninjas with his bare hands while riding a diamond-encrusted golden unicorn covered with all the flowers of the world, he will also surprise you in the end by giving you two tickets to that thing you love.

"Kevin Butler, VP of Epic"
(Jerry Lambert)

Sony Entertainment's go-to man of everything that is awesome. He is Vice President of more departments than you can ever fathom. He will show you what gaming is truly all about. A master of marketing, he will make you realize that the Playstation, its games, and all its peripherals are the best darn inventions ever invented since sliced bread.

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