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This Christmas Ad From Australia Takes Perhaps the Dimmest View Ever of Horrible Americans

Last year over the holidays, Australian grocer Aldi released a brutally honest ad about the stress people endure to make around-the-table magic happen. This year, it's focusing on a very different annoyance—Americans.  The "Meet the Tinkletons" campaign opens with a 75-second ad in which a caroling American family with ugly sweaters invades a calm, sunny Australian household to show them how Christmas should really be celebrated (which feels an awful lot like a veiled critique of the U.S.'s foreign relations approach in general). 

Ad of the Day: Christmas Is (Mostly) Hell in the Season’s Most Brutally Honest Commercial

Here's a refreshingly honest Christmas ad from from Australia, in which supermarket chain Aldi acknowledges that we aren't all swimming in hugs and beautifully wrapped presents.

Ben Bailey Crashes Aldi and Gets the Shoppers to Say What They Love About It

Attention, Aldi's shoppers: Do not be alarmed. The big man with a megaphone is harmless. We think.

Top 10 Commercials of the Week

This week, Bing bashed Google for "Scroogling" your holiday shopping searches, StubHub's ticket tree mourned its piney and formerly ornamented cousin, and Expedia unleashed a rare commercial that will have you crying and smiling at the same time.

Top 10 Commercials of the Week