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* Radar/MAndMs

* The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JohgwbpQuy8 Bud Light commercials]] on "The Bud Light party", which boast of having the biggest "caucus" in the country.
* Many years ago Sask Pork, the agency promoting Saskatchewan pork producers, started an advertising campaign with a new slogan: "Pork. The one you love." However the billboards ([[http://99designs.com/designer-blog/2013/05/15/humorous-misadventures-in-branding/ second entry on this list]]) featured a woman hugging a guy (with a bit of a goofy grin) presumably grilling some pork chops. The period seemed to disappear and suddenly most people read it as one statement.
* Remember Little Baby's Ice Cream, the company that made the infamous "This Is a Special Time"? Well, this company kept making commercials and in 2015, it made one called "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZfwdEFl1t4 Check Out Our New Package]]", where they announce the release of a brand new pint container that is said to be "100% recyclable". The commercial features [[FanService a well-built, shirtless guy]] posing for the audience. Then the guy proceeds to slide down the zipper of his pants, with ice-cream squirting out of his crotch, as if he...[[ADateWithRosiePalms Oh yeah]]. This is probably the weirdest thing to come out of this company so far.
* One of General Motors' Super Bowl ads in 2014 is called "Romance" and is for the new Chevrolet Silverado HD truck. It starts innocuously enough, with a man purchasing a bull and loading it into a trailer. Then "You Sexy Thing" starts to play, and it's all but confirmed that the man isn't getting the romance at the end.
* The Energy Sheets commercial. The people in the commercial are saying stuff like "I take a sheet in the pool" and such, referring to where they take the product.
* Advertisers dealing with "intimate" products need to be more circumspect than most. French prophylactic maker Manix has a habit of producing ads so [[http://bigpicture.typepad.com/writing/Manix.jpg subtle]] they're family friendly at a casual glance, and very not after a [[FridgeBrilliance few moments]] consideration.
* There's an Old Spice body wash commercial featuring a centaur and his (human) wife. Old Spice works for him because he's two things in one, a man... and a provider. There are definitely some {{Squick}}y [[InterspeciesRomance things implied]], despite the horse's body being that of a ''mare''. That, and mythology states that centaurs have a nasty habit of raping human women.
* One of the commercials for Pepsi in Argentina features every kind of sexual innuendo imaginable while "I Touch Myself" by Divinyls is played.
* A campaign for Burger King's Chicken Fries featured a GWAR-like, chicken-themed band singing tunes such as "Bob Your Head" and "Cross The Road". The band's name? [[DoubleEntendre Coq Roq]] (try saying it out loud).
* The Australian anti-littering campaign with the slogan "Don't Be A [[ADateWithRosiePalms Tosser]]".
* For their Molson Canadian beer, Molson brewery made a commercial about how many beavers we have in Canada, so many that sometimes we have to chase them out of the house. The commercial ends with the phrase "Molson Canadian, for when you're chasing beavers." [[note]]For those who don't get the joke, "beaver" is also slang for "vagina," at least in Canada, the United States, and Australia (see below for the last one).[[/note]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-OG3rqOsNSY The bee having fun]] with a flower was actually an advertisement of a mobile phone tune which somehow managed to air midday.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPKtBM99kAc You're gonna love my nuts.]]
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b86SOHZ0nIA ¡Mira mi huevo!]]
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAQjF5RPgbg Problems with that shedding pussy?]] (He was also playing with his Shticky at the time.)
* Subway's ads have included referring to subs as "yum rockets". Manages to be a {{Narm}} too.
* Aspercreme's original slogan was "You bet your sweet Aspercreme!" Then somebody realized the ad was talking about people's sweet asses, so they changed the third and fourth words to "if it's".
* There is a regular series of ads on Australian TV for a brand of Peanuts called Nobby's. It involved someone talking about "Nibbling Nobby's Nuts". In every case people nearby would all look suspiciously when that someone, it was usually a woman, said this out loud. It's been going strong since the 1980s.
** When this company aired ads in the UK, they used the same slogan, though the advert featured UK 70's Slade frontman Noddy Holder. The ad showed a group of men who, upon reading the title, started to lunge towards Noddy's crotch, stopping just short when he announced "Not Noddy's. NOBBY'S!". God knows how they got away with that one.
* A Creator/TV3 ad from the mid 2000s. Feic, feicim, feicamar etc. said the teacher. The joke being in Ireland feck is a swear word while feic is the Irish for see and pronounced exactly the same.
* In a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ac9ZxPHjBdU certain Cartoon Network ad]]...
-->'''Wonder Woman''': You girls are developing into quite the superheroes.\\
'''Bubbles''': Someday, we'll be as [[MostCommonSuperPower developed]] as you!
* Target's 2009 Black Friday sale ad has a woman standing in a kitchen putting white frosting on a Target GingerbreadHouse. She pauses to describe how excited she is about the sale. As her excitement builds to a crescendo and she tells the viewer "I haven't slept for ''days''!" [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything white frosting]] [[SomethingElseAlsoRises gushes from the tip of her frosting gun]].
* Pretty much any commercial from Joe's Crab Shack. Ads like "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWsrdmoqj20 Take your Top Off]]" and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSjmlpbITsQ an entire family cursing]] are some of the things that went past the censors. Also, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4u4Z9W4SfgA this.]]
** Unfortunately, in some markets (including Florida), someone caught on to that second ad. Later airings completely ruined the joke by cutting away from the bleep entirely.
* The Charmin bears: the toilet paper company has [[http://www.youtube.com/user/Charmin1928 an entire international advertising campaign]] based around taking the phrase "Does a bear shit in the woods?" to its logical extreme. (Apparently, the answer is "Yes, and they use Charmin toilet tissue to clean up afterwards.")
** Lampshaded in one episode of ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' (not verbatim): "An ad for ''Series/DancingWithTheStars'' was banned from airing due to a woman showing too much cleavage, yet the lewd commercials with bears showing off their asses still manage to air."
** A German toilet paper company [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5B8O5Pohrk proceeded to make a parody.]] "Scheißt ein Bär in den Wald?" is the German version and means exactly the same.
** And the German version of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4fqw8ombjw the initial Charmin bear advert]] is even more explicit than the American one (then again, they can get by with more shit on German television...).
** In a tie-in with the movie ''Film/{{Thor}}'' Charmin ran an ad featuring a bear wearing Thor's helmet and carrying his hammer, with the caption "We've Always Been An Asguardian".
* During the 2009 Indy 500, Firestone had a blatant example. The station had paused for a station ID (which was announced by the analyst) and it went to a radio commercial that invited the listener to strap down tightly, feel the rubber and smell the excitement, gripping it tightly with sweaty palms. [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything Thanks Firestone for making us think you're offering a new line of tires.]] (Incidentally it didn't get complained about once. Wow.)
* You'll see the "Suck da head and pinch da tail" slogan all over New Orleans. It's the technique for eating crawfish: break in half, pinch tail to get the meat out, and suck the juices from the head.
** [[VideoGame/Left4Dead2 Y'all know what "suck the heads" means? It ain't nuthin' bad, it's about eatin'.]]
* The ads for FX's ''Series/NurseJackie'': first one was "Life is full of little pricks", while another was "Holy shift".
* A Toyota commercial for the Sienna has a woman in her new van, marveling at how relaxing it is to be in it. The woman then explains that she escapes the hours in the Sienna by saying that time in the van "gives her fewer headaches."
* One commercial for Fruit by the Foot has one kid claiming to have replaced something vital of another kid's with Fruit by the Foot while pointing at his crotch. [[spoiler:His skis, what else?]]
* A commercial for ''Late Night Liars'', which appears to be an even more dysfunctional ''Series/GregTheBunny'', has one aged starlet puppet (think Miss Piggy on a bender after realizing she was too old to have a career) doing a screentest drunk. She falls asleep, and this exchange happens:
-->'''Director''': Okay, cut!\\
'''Puppet''': (''wakes up'') [[CountryMatters What did you call me?!]]
* A Jack in the Box commercial features Jack conversing with his mother about whatever product he's now selling, when his father barges in exclaiming "Honey, call the doctor! It's been more than four hours," accompanied by a panicked glance downward.
** Jack in the Box seems to be adopting this as a core element of their ads (which isn't a bad thing, mind you). One ad features Jack discovering some...rather intimate purchases amongst his wife's groceries, which she tells him are for "later". He then finds a ''spiked collar'' and gets VERY excited...until being told it's for the dog.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lF4CyF5BbqE "No Nookie."]]
** The boxes for their chicken sandwiches say Clucking Delicious.
* An older [[Advertising/TheBurgerKing Burger King]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfS_7Jb4JCk commercial,]] in which a Whopper sandwich is berating his son, Whopper Jr., for [[UnfortunateImplications selling himself for only a dollar]].
** "Your dad's really throwing his weight around!" "All quarter-pound of it!"
* The Spanish lollipop brand ''Chupa Chups'', which is distributed to other countries, got away with their slogan "The Joy Of Sucking" for many years before changing it to "Life Less Ordinary".
* An advert for Tetley tea bags had the head mascot Gaffer and his date in a taxi outside her house. She asks him if he'd like to come in for some "coffee". But [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Gaffer takes this literally]] and, as a tea man, he's disgusted. He says "What sort of a bloke do you think I am?" and leaves her standing on the curb.
* The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJUBFkVrk9s Tiddy Bear!]] Which sounds very similar to what the product is hugging half the time. Good thing those women were ''adults'' wearing seatbelts.
* A commercial for the Mini Countryman had a gameshow called [[DoubleEntendre "Cram It In The Boot"]] where the (British) host asks the (American) contestant if he'd ever crammed it in the boot? The commercial was advertising how Countryman's boot is able to hold more stuff, so you can cram more things in its boot. The radar [[DidNotDoTheBloodyResearch obviously had no idea what else that means]].
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCe6NOBUut0 This ad]] for Johnson on-board motors. The only thing that calls into doubt whether it was intentional or not is the line about "your kids." [[PaedoHunt That seems a little risky]], even for getting crap by the radar.
* An ad for Herbal Essences shampoo features women using the shampoo and hallucinating their fantasies with the slogan "Someone's been doing the Herbal". [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OGaHJ7ErlM One example.]]
** An earlier line of commercials had women moaning and squealing with delight while in the shower (using the shampoo, of course), ending with an exhilarated "Yes! Yes! YES!" as they see how shiny their hair has become. The tagline? "A totally organic experience."
* One Bigspot ad shows some kind of yo-yo product (which, as all the Bigspot ads imply, is a failure). At one point, a woman walks up to a man in a very suggestive tone and says "Can I play with your yo-yo?" The guy winks at the screen, and the ad ends.
* GIJoe toy commercials were made under the same [[NeverSayDie restrictions]] as the TV series. However, [[http://www.yojoe.com/television/commercials/90/figs90-1.mov this]] episode managed to sneak in a little lethality: When introducing the joe Sub-Zero, he comes up behind two Cobra troopers and fires one shot each.
* There was once an anti-littering PSA starring Aquaman called ''That Dirty Beach.''
* There was an even older Orbit Commercial that used [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPY9xptNnsk "Shut the front door!"]]. Orbit commercials in general are known for their {{Unusual Euphemism}}s, including [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nfh92hKLO6c "Who are you calling a cootie queen? You LINT LICKER!", "What the French toast?"]], [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IK36TgbUSLQ "Well, kiss my- ASHTON!"]], and of course, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psO4uKNSa0Y "I will pineapple slap your ASCOTS!"]] The whole purpose is to show that Orbit gum makes your mouth so clean that you won't say any dirty words.
** Speaking of Orbit, there's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTTowxthrVA this ad with Sarah Silverman]]. "I've got your lipstick all over my rim" is quite the thing to hear in a business meeting.
%%* [[TropeCodifier This trope]] is the whole point of the women in the [[http://www.kgbdeals.co.uk KGB Deals]] promotions, online and on television. Not to mention the fact the dark-haired, pale-skinned girl is an {{Expy}} of Michelle Ryan, although [[NoNameGiven she is never named as such]].
* [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3hdlmUgXFa0 The Jello Pudding's "Pudding Face" commercial.]] The Urban Dictionary definition of [[http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Pudding%20Face "pudding face"]] gives a whole new meaning to the phrase "$#!+-eating grin".
* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AZ_srUB5L0 Whatever happened to drinks?]] It used to be real liquor, in a real glass. Now it's cocktails called razzle...'''twat'''itinis and who knows what. This cocktail's called tequila." Yes, 1800 Tequila certainly "changed the game" with ''that'' commercial.
** Note that the censors eventually ''did'' catch on to that one; the commercial was later censored to "razzletinis". After probably close to a '''year'''.
* One wonders how [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlwOVHP7ngM this]] ad for Luvs Diapers got past the radar. Yes, you saw it correctly. Those babies ''are'' having a competition for...who can be the most [[UnusualEuphemism "heavy duty"]].
* Overstock.com's (now O.co's) tagline "The big, big O" is [[TheImmodestOrgasm odd]] but [[AccidentalInnuendo reasonably innocuous]]. Their [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong Jingle Bells-esque]] Christmas jingle ("Oh Oh Oh, the big big O, Overstock.com", which never comes ''after'' the company is identified) crosses the line into a disturbingly unrelated attention-grabber. (In case you don't understand, the Big O is slang for an orgasm).
* A commercial for ''Mario Kart 7'' features a group of guys playing. One's kart is struck by the lightning weapon which shrinks the kart. He asks "Hey, why am I small?" and his buddy replies, "Genetics".
* Wilkinson Sword's "mow the lawn" did make it past US censors...for a little while. See [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QC0uGcorAl0 here.]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fMjavRu4v5c This legendary Fiat commercial from the 2012 Super Bowl.]] One shot even has the girl [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything smear a white foamy substance on a guy's mouth and drop some on her chest.]] It's a wonder how this commercial got the okay to air.
** The commercial also involves a man getting turned on by a ''car''. Considering that there is a car fetish, and the phrase "Auto erotica", it's safe to say that this was intentional.
* This is one of those cases where GettingCrapPastTheRadar was actually done literally: in the newest commercial for the Chevy Volt, the woman in that spot said that the car will "save you a '''crapload''' of money." (A caption at the end showed that she meant to say a ''boatload'' of money.)
* The Liquid Plumr ad for its [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtlhTOijPgg Double Impact]]. From the deep voiced narration, to the woman's reactions, to the many plumbing double entendres, to that other possible meaning of "Double," to the guys respectively working the meat (he's a butcher) and handling melons (fresh grocer) at the end, it's amazing this ad made it on the air.
* The Sega 32X [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbYkgDWAYAE commercial]] and magazine ads were filled with sexual innuendos about how the 32X inserts into the Genesis.
--> '''Guy''': Just stick it in your Genesis!
--> ''[cuts to a 32X being inserted into a Genesis in slow motion, with a voice suggestively saying "All right, baby..."]''
* Handgun manufacturer STI in a print ad, referring to [[TakeThat its competitors]]: "We've upped our standards, now up ''yours''."
* A 2002(?) ad for Comcast Cable Modem did this ''literally'' by showing a newly-wed husband and wife retrieving their wedding photos, only for the photographer to upload a "special shot" from the husband's bachelor party, much to his wife's dismay.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ab8I_VCKniU A commercial]] for Koodo Mobile has El Tabador helping a family move into their new house. At the end, he knocks over a long, rectangular box, which then starts vibrating with enough frequency to move around the room. He hastily says it "must be their alarm clock", obviously trying to cover up [[ADateWithRosiePalms what it really is]].
* [[http://www.marketwire.com/press-release/cheapoair-kicks-off-travel-the-world-for-less-brand-campaign-in-the-big-apple-1695619.htm CheapOair]] has ads with a picture of Phuket, Thailand and the tag line "Cheap Flights make it easy to say 'Phuket... Let's Travel'".
* The commercial for Kraft Habanero Heat shredded cheese has a BigRedDevil giving out free samples at a grocery store. He claims it's hotter than "you know what" and then becomes increasingly frustrated as one couple can't figure out what he means by "you know what" and keep guessing incorrectly. He even starts to think he's the victim of a CandidCameraPrank, since he doesn't think there's any way the couple could really be that stupid.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NW8LPgv4NK0 "The name of this game is Ball Buster."]]
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQ79pCJBcJ8&feature=related The Wunder Boner]], anyone? [[spoiler:It's a product for easily removing a fish's bones.]]
--> '''Dave''': It's the Wunder Boner.\\
''[everybody is snickering]''\\
'''Man #2''': The Wunder ''Boner''?!?!\\
'''Dave''': [[HaveAGayOldTime Aw, you laugh now. JUUUUST watch]]...\\
''[later, the men are really convinced this product can work]''\\
'''Man #2''': The Wunder Boner!\\
'''Man #3''': My wife would like that!\\
''[even later]''\\
'''Man #2''':,So, uh, Dave, where DID you get the Wunder Boner?\\
'''Dave''': Funny you should ask!
* In [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CP5eVF02p0 this commercial]] for a Samsung cell phone, a family man is leaving for a business trip. His two young daughters excitedly tell him that they made him a video and link their cell phones with his to upload it (a new feature for the phone). Then his wife walks up and says "I made you a video too," and links her phone with his, but quickly adds, "You probably shouldn't watch it on the plane." This commercial somehow made it on Creator/{{ABC}}.
** And they did [[CrossesTheLineTwice the SAME commercial]] remixed for Christmas, with [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTcDyvzJRC4 Santa and Mrs. Claus]] instead.
-->'''Mrs. Claus''': You probably shouldn't watch it on the sleigh!
* Most ads for the ''Film/SevenPsychopaths'' movie had the slogan, "They won't take any [[{{Pun}} shih tzu]] " on them.
* A Progressive ad talking about the bonuses for people who stayed with Progressive, and the rival company apprently gives customers a calendar as a prize, featuring one insurance man laying on the cover somewhat suggestively. One of the guys says, "You should see November!" and Flo replies ''very'' seductively, "Oh, yeah?"
** The "Peer Pressure" ad, which features Flo in a dark alley handing out free insurance as if it were a drug. The customer even says, [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything "My insurance agent told me not to talk to people like you"!]] and the tagline is, "Buy Progressive today...no pressure." This is pretty risky when you consider it aired ''midday'' on ''Creator/CartoonNetwork!''
%%** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qUG-ueI6BM The miracle of]] [[UnusualEuphenism bundling.]]
* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0W7tdlacdU0 This Scotch video cleaner commercial]]. It's supposed to help you clean your "[[{{UsefulNotes/Pornography}} dirty videos]]".
-->'''Skeleton''': Look at that [[UnusualEuphemism bone structure]]!
* A Sonic commercial had a line, "My mom told me not to play with my tater tots."
* For a while in Minneapolis they were running advertisements for an AIDS awareness program at most of the bus stops. One, showing a picture of a man in a baseball uniform, said something along the lines of "Just because you're the pitcher doesn't mean you can't get AIDS."
%% [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ2iin9nRR0 This]] Pop Rocks commercial. The radar did catch it, as it's banned now.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I03UmJbK0lA The K-Mart]] [[{{Mondegreen}} "Ship My Pants"]] ad. Needless to say, [[MemeticMutation it's gone viral]].
** And attracted [[http://now.msn.com/one-million-moms-protests-kmart-ship-my-pants-commercial a protest]].
** Then there's "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=trueview-instream&v=m1yir-p68xM Big Gas Savings]]".
%% [[http://www.sportsgrid.com/media/kevin-durant-new-sprint-ad-cleans-gutter/ THIS]] Sprint commercial.
* Similarly, the Pennsylvania-based convenience store chain Sheetz invited you during summer 2013 to use your loyalty card to "[[https://www.sheetz.com/subpages/msc_howitworks.jsp save on the Sheetz you love]]."
** It's not on their website anymore, but that same link now has this:
-->'''''Just how many ways can you save with the My Sheetz Card loyalty program?''''' In a word, a Sheetzload.
* Nutra Nail Gel started airing [[http://www.ispot.tv/ad/7YZG/nutra-nail-gel-perfect-chipped-nail this spot]] on American television in fall 2013. It promotes the quick-drying nature of the product by depicting the ptifalls of standard nail polish. A woman looks down and disappointedly says "Oh, smudge"[[note]]Rhymes with "fudge", a common thing to say when you catch yourself about to say "fuck" in situations where you shouldn't[[/note]]. The last woman wakes up, looks down at her bed and says "Oh, sheet."
* There's a Motel 6 radio ad about all the various ways to book a room at Motel 6. But if you want to book a room via telegram, you're [[BilingualBonus "dot-dot-dot-dash-dash-dash-dot-dash-dot-dot"]].[[note]]"S.O.L." or "Shit Out of Luck"[[/note]]
* The commercial for Three Million by the New York Lottery features a couple talking to their kids. They talk about wanting to spice up their lives, claim to have been "horsing around last night" until "it happened". An announcer appears to close with, [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything "Unplanned millionairehood: It happens when you play three million from the New York Lottery."]]
* Time Warner Cable commercials featuring the stars of Series/HotInCleveland involve the four women from the show at the airport, complaining about missing the aforementioned program. The Time Warner Cable guy comes in and talks about how TWC allows programs to be viewed from a mobile device, "anytime, anywhere." Betty White then says to one of the women, "'Anytime, anywhere'? [[DoubleEntendre Isn't that your nickname?"]]
* ''FreshAndEasy'' grocery chain has a commercial that states "Get your food the F and Easy way." However how it is said clearly sounds like it is saying "Get your food the Effing Easy way". The posters make it even more specific: "It's so F'in Easy!"
* [[Creator/DiscoveryChannel Discovery Channel's]] Shark Week in 2013 had [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_i3PPe3i9Y this]] commercial that, [[BlackComedy though very entertaining]], is the embodiment of this trope. Between the [[GoryDiscretionShot offscreen messy death of a seal]] ([[CrossesTheLineTwice in front of children]]) and the news anchorman's CurseCutShort, one can only wonder how it got aired.
* In the UK, the 2013 TV commercial for Flora butter depicts a cartoon animation of two brothers making breakfast for their parents on their anniversary. When they go upstairs to give it to them, the narrator (the youngest sibling) [[DiscretionShot describes how the]] [[PrimalScene mother was good at wrestling in bed with the father]].
%%DNZ: Madrugada; July 3.2010
* Seen the 2013 ad for draft king sweepstakes? No idea how they got that past the radar! The guy says very clearly "Derek Bradley went from a guy with holes in his underpants, to bikini models in them!" [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7vQbjn3mR8 watch it here]]. And this aired on national TV and all over youtube.
** Furthermore, the earliest versions of the commercial said you could win a boatload of money, but ''later'' versions changed it to "shipload", which seems synonymous but is not a real saying and sounds suspiciously like "shitload". Again, this is the ''newer'' version of the commercial.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrcaeAumAZo THIS]] Super Bowl commercial.
* The famous Portuguese drink ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Licor_Beir%C3%A3o Licor Beirão]]'' ("Liquor from the Beira region"). Its slogan? ''O Beirão de que todos gostam'' ("The one from Beira which everybody loves"). Who was "The one from Beira which not everybody loves"? AntonioDeOliveiraSalazar, Portugal's then dictator! Yes, they basically pulled a joke on a dictator and the best of all is that he knew about it, didn't try to censor it and ''complimented on the liquor makers [[SelfDemonstratingArticle audacity]]''!
%%* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcCci1Uson4&sns=em This]] commercial from ooma.
* The 2014 advertising campaign for the Toyota Aygo. The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76QP4yFIe9A two]] [[http://smugglersite.com/directors_and_work?director_id=house&video=1104 TV ads]] are meant to convey the fun and joyful aspects of driving the car. Nothing wrong there. So what's the slogan? [[spoiler:"Go [[PrecisionFStrike Fun]] Yourself"]].
* A mattress commercial was going around with different people saying different variations of "ask me how it worked/improved my life/etc." One of them was an obviously pregnant woman saying "Well, just ask ''me!''" while her partner smiled into the camera.
* There's a Verizon ad that will tell you their competitors are giving you [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQdhS57hUyk "half-fast"]] internet. (Say it quickly.)
* British hair and beauty salon Wahanda has a spectacular example in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iajDA9me2iA their "Book Yourself Fabulous" ad]].
-->'''Female protagonist''' ''(singing)'': My life is like a jungle, I'm a ''(sly look)''... little overgrown.
--> (Picture of fluffy pussycat)
** Believe it or not, that one went out on daytime TV.
* A 2015 Fiat commercial starts with an older woman lying in a seductive pose on her bed, beckoning her husband for what can only be sex. Excitedly, her husband grabs a bottle of blue pills and tries to pop one in his mouth, but it falls out the window instead and lands in a nearby Fiat's gas tank, causing the car to... ''swell''. And this not only aired on daytime television in the United States, but debuted during the ''Super Bowl'', in front of an audience of millions. It's debatable if the radar was even at work that day.
* One guy is showing off the slogan he wrote for 7 Up in a commercial, "Make 7 Up yours." He split the slogan in half. The front of the shirt read "Make 7" and the back read "Up yours." HilarityEnsues along with traffic accidents. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIICQemjmNc
* In an [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXybLXZU9EQ 1977 commercial]] for Arm and Hammer, listen closely to one of the foods at the beigining. It says "Keep your smelly ass off of me". However, some people can't hear it well because the old Arm and Hammer box started talking around that time.
** It's "smelly '''hands,'''" but that still qualifies as this trope.
* One of the more recent commercials for Serta (featuring their CountingSheep) has a couple tell the sheep they now have the Serta [=PerfectSleeper=] mattress and don't need to count them. The woman then casually mentions she hasn't been counting [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7UJe4Gs6QY the sheep in months]]. Cue the lead sheep's reaction; complete with obvious DoubleEntendre:
-->'''Lead sheep''': "You've been faking it for months?"
-->'''Woman''': Every night.
* Klondike's ads for its Kandy Bars line, which are '''literally porn parodies without the sex'''.
* A Specsavers advert (shown during the day) has a museum security guard going around at the end of the day and flicking off all the lights... and accidentally snapping the willy off a statue. And then at the end, he stops to glance at a painting of a cockerel.
* [[https://twitter.com/IcelandFoods/status/841963124911669248 This tweet from Iceland]]. All completely intentional and done in response to the #[[Music/EdSheeran sheeran]]albumparty hashtag.
* Holeproof underwear: because [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBFK1UijugI one day]], you're gonna get {{caught with your pants down}}. They're referring to ComedicUnderwearExposure, obviously, but even then...
* This [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3quMz-EAThw Corn Nuts]] radio ad was unfortunately pulled a few weeks after it began broadcast, although given its heavy [[ADateWithRosiePalms masturbation innuendos]] it's a wonder how it even made it to air at all.
* The end of [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aigd7KgUMk4 this commercial]] for a Dollar Shave Club probably only gets past the radar because of the FridgeLogic. After all they make the blatant link of the coconuts, but nobody mentions [[CountryMatters the cat...]]