Bandit brand pulls ultimate spoof on fellow Michigan native Chrysler with "Imported from Remus" ad for its wood chippers.
Denny's new Mac'n'Cheese Patty Melt will melt your arteries.
On eve of New York Fashion Week, Lady Gaga disses New York Times fashion critic and releases six-part "fashion film" series to promote new single:
Speaking of haughty couture, Karl Lagerfeld's limited-edition collection is now available at Macy's:
In sports fashion, Canadian authorities nab thousands of dollars worth of counterfeit Winnepeg Jets jerseys. In related hockey jersey news, Los Angeles Kings drop the purple.
And in sad sports logo news, the Sarasota Millionaires (yes, a real team!) have dropped the dollar symbol from their helmets and gone with a less ostentatious, less millionaire-evoking letter "M."
JCPenney's "Too pretty for homework" shirt discontinued after blogger questions its message.
Bankrupt bookseller Borders not too bankrupt to sue other companies.
For those clutching a BlackBerry at the BBQ this Labor Day weekend: Caffex: the coffee energy marshmallows.
Ikea donates over $60 million to UN for expanded Kenya refugee camps. Make cyclical, sarcastic jokes here _____.
Did Minnesota's Moorhead State University rip off Minnesota Historical Society for its new logo?
Class up your man cave by taking down the beer mirrors and neon and putting up artistic branded beer prints.
Latest war to be lost by the French? Post-Its. Actually, Ubisoft's Post-It War battle that played out on Parisian office windows this summer has now spread across Europe to Sweden, Holland, and beyond.
Twitter is being criticized for this "Faster than earthquakes" spot, its first real (b)ad:
FIFA 12 argues, if you're not playing or loving football, you'd better check your pulse.
New Zealand's Sealord Tuna nets Greenpeace campaign.
One part Avatar, one part the sex scene in Demolition Man, all parts the future: Sony's 3D OLED headset just made your flatscreen a great 45-inch drink coaster.
More futuristic fun: the return of Kia's Soul Hamsters —
Finally, to finish where we began, with spoof commercials, enjoy this one for the Sprint iPhone.