During the TV spots that are allotted for local TV affiliates during the Super Bowl, one Georgia personal injury lawyer opted to make a movie trailer-esque ad that’s somewhere along the lines of a Robert Rodriguez movie promoting his services. It had sledge hammers, tombstones, sledge hammers hitting tombstones, and a bunch of stuff on fire. I’d be thoroughly surprised if this guy doesn’t get his own reality show or, at the very least, another Super Bowl ad next year. There are no sledge hammers or things burning, but The Most Intentionally Funny Video of The Day would have been just as good to watch during an awfully one-sided game.
Today’s MIFV is Fusion‘s State of the Union coverage from last week as done by Paul F. Tompkins and puppets of an ape, alien, crabs, and more on the hot button panel discussion show No, You Shut Up. Hopefully, this will spur a move towards more political debates with puppets.
Here’s the previous MIFV pick, in case you missed it.
Per usual, I’m taking submissions for the MIFV like so many featured in the past. I love finding new, hilarious videos from people hundreds and thousands of miles away, so please do send your videos so long as they follow the rules below.
-E-mail embeddable video link to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “MIFV Submission”
-Videos must have been posted online (i.e. have a time stamp that says so) within exactly two weeks from when you submit (i.e. videos uploaded more than 14 days from the day when you submit will not be up for consideration)
-Don’t add any cover letters or explanations; please just send the link