German automobile manufacturer Audi has been nailing it lately with their recent advertisements, and their latest ad, Duel, continues the trend. In Duel, “two unyielding challengers duke it out in an epic, knock-down-drag-out fight to the finish for the highest prize of them all.” The ad, which ultimately asks viewers to “Choose the next driver wisely,” is set to air during all three presidential debates, starting tonight. As an added bonus the ad includes 18, 2016 Presidential Debate-themed Easter eggs for you to find.
[Audi USA] [H/T:AdWeek]
Early this morning near Orillia, Ontario in Canada, animator Mike MacMillan of SkeptiSketch came across a frantic skunk running around with a Coke can stuck on its head. Mike took his time and successfully got a hold of the can, then the skunk shook its body until it was free and sprinted off. Mike says it was a team effort and is grateful the skunk didn’t spraying him.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton recently sat down with actor Zach Galifianakis for a hilarious episode of Between Two Ferns. During the five-and-a-half minute interview, Galifiniakis turns just about every question he asks Clinton into a joke. About half way in Clinton says, “I really regret doing this.” Now all they need is to get Donald Trump on the show.
Previously: Zach Galifianakis Interviews Barack Obama On ‘Between Two Ferns’
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On a recent return trip from Sydney, Australia to New York City, Emirates Airlines gave popular filmmaker Casey Neistat a bump up from business class to the insanely luxurious first class. During the 14-hour flight, Casey documented every aspect of the experience and turned it into a video, which has gathered nearly 10 million views in just three days. Though Casey’s claims his ticket was valued at $21,635, it’s possible to acquire this “little house” for only $8,259.
During their wedding earlier this month, Sarah and Matt Crain decided their wedding wouldn’t be complete without inviting their bridesmaids, and groomsmen, to carry a rescue puppy instead of the traditional bouquet of flowers. Sarah, who helped found the non-profit Pitties.Love.Peace in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, says rescuing dogs is her passion, and that she helped raise all the puppies featured at her wedding. Sarah hopes that her wedding photos, shot by Pennsylvania-based wedding photographer Caroline Logan, will encourage people to become more involved with shelters and rescue. Sarah tells Inside Edition that the five, 8-month-old boxer-coonhound puppies featured in her wedding will be available for adoption soon.
[Inside Edition / Caroline Logan Photography]