The Old Spice Robot burst onto the scene by expounding on the benefits of using Old Spice deodorant, body wash and shampoo together in the Old Spice “Smell Like a Man from Head to Toes” campaign.
Yesterday, Old Spice launched a brand new weekly sports internet talk show called “4th and Touchdown,” in which the Old Spice robot discusses an array of topics with some of the NFL’s most dynamic stars.
The online series launched yesterday with New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees in the chair opposite the Robot, answering some truly absurd and amazing questions only a mandroid could love.
Over the next four weeks, Old Spice will debut a new “4th and Touchdown” every Monday at 12pm ET on the brand’s YouTube and Facebook pages, where NFL fans can watch the Old Spice robot (attempt to) interview a different NFL player each week, including: Drew Brees (QB, New Orleans Saints), Earl Thomas (Safety, Seattle Seahawks), A.J. Green (WR, Cincinnati Bengals), and Jamaal Charles (RB, Kansas City Chiefs)
Here is a preview of what to expect:
When I received my invitation to Whatever, USA, the first thought that went through my mind was, “How many children will be conceived as a result of this Bud Light promotion?” And then, “Would there be some inherent shame in that?”
I can tell you with absolute certainty that if you’re reading this 20 years from now, Google searching your true lineage, there is NOTHING you have to be embarrassed about. Bud Light wanted to create the ultimate party weekend and they absolutely nailed it.
At one point during the three days I spent in Whatever, USA, my body composition was roughly 87% Bud Light. But it wasn’t just the endless, literally endless, supply of Bud Light, or the fact that Bud Light was being foisted upon you at every turn, that made Whatever, USA so great. It was the onslaught of once-in-a-lifetime events piled on top of each other, sandwiched between meeting great people from all over the world with one common denominator: being #UpForWhatever.
Kill some time at work or just escape from reality and check out the blow-by-blow recap of each of the three days, Bullz-Eye style.
Just like when Homer Simpson’s life immediately improved when he changed his name to “Max Power,” when you encase your torso in a shirt from Luchiano Visconti, you will instinctively begin using the hashtag #PowerShirt! Because that is exactly how you feel inside.
The picture says it all, doesn’t it? The voltage delivered by such a badass shirt could power the entire earth. Think about how much money we will save on gas!
Sure, you might be constrained by the office walls until roughly 5:00, but until then, you can let your freak flag fly with an incredibly loud shirt from Luchiano Visconti. But this isn’t just a loud shirt; this is a POWER SHIRT.
What are you doing for Labor Day? Courtney Scott is the Senior Travel Editor for Travelocity.com and she would love to help you. She is also really hot and has traveled to the coolest places on earth. If you’re going to take travel advice, why not get it from an expert who is bangin’?
We asked Courtney for a list of great vacations and cheap deals for guys in seek of a final party destination on Labor Day weekend.
Las Vegas, Nevada:
$119/night at the four-star SLS Las Vegas right on the Las Vegas Strip. Stay three nights and get the third night free! It will be a weekend of live DJs and EDM: Steve Akoi at Wet Republic, Steve Angello at Encore Beach Club, David Guetta, Krewella and many more!
As more comic book film adaptations like Ninja Turtles and Guardians of the Galaxy smash records at the box office, fans are more excited than ever to see their favorite characters come to life. But eBay is taking true fans back to the beginning of it all with the auction of “Action Comics #1″—the first comic where Superman appears.
Check out this quick video on the origin of Superman:
This rare piece of comic history, which grew into one of the most beloved franchises of all time, will be up for auction through 8/24 exclusively on eBay. This infographic covers the full timeline and histroy.
It is believed that there are only 50 to 100 copies of the issues left in the world. An auction in 2011 saw Nicholas Cage’s copy of the comic sold for $2.1 million.
Regarded as one of the most valuable comics in existence, there are believed to be as few as 50 unrestored original copies left in the world, and it’s the only comic to set record-breaking sale prices.