When Folgers created its 2009 ad about a brother and sister's touching reunion, the brand certainly didn't mean for it to become an anthem for incest.But something about the meaningful looks exchanged between the siblings and their oddly uncomfortable repartee has caused it to be remembered as "the Folgers incest commercial."Now the comedy troupe at Above Average has created an "extended version" of the spot, and you can probably guess where things head next. Unless you think it's about to become a porn, in which case thankfully it doesn't go there. Well, not quite.Check it out below:
For years, few brands were associated with golf more than Buick—and no player was associated with golf more than Tiger Woods. The automaker reportedly paid Woods north of $50 million over eight years to brandish its logo and bring a younger edge to its products.