• Ear Worm: Tell me who's watching.....I always feel like somebody's WATCHING MEEEEE....
  • Harsher in Hindsight: Hump Day Camel may have gotten a bit of unfortunate because 9/11 fell on a Wednesday in 2013, making someone making a "Hump Day" joke and somebody saying "9/11". Luckily since this is the internet, where Black Comedy runs rampant, it can still come off as a little funny.
  • Hilarious in Hindsight/Older Than They Think: The "Did You Know?" ad featuring Kenny Rogers wasn't the first thing to feature him annoying people at a poker table while singing "The Gambler". That honor would go to the George of the Jungle sequel.
  • Growing the Beard: Most agree that switching the gecko's accent to Cockney and change his voice actor is the best course of action for the character.
  • Memetic Mutation: Most of their famous commercials have been parodied to no end, particularly the "I've got good news" and Michael McGlone rhetorical question ones.
  • Nightmare Fuel: PIIIIIIG!!!!
  • Not So Crazy Anymore: One of the "Why haven't you called GEICO?" ads from 2004 featured a fake reality show called Tiny House. The ad was a good take on typical ads for reality shows of the time and probably fooled many people. The concept presented was two newlyweds who have to live together for one year in the titular tiny house. "The drama will be real... but it won't save you any money on car insurance." However, just look at the related videos on YouTube and you'll see a bunch of listings about actual tiny houses. Since the airing of the ad, an actual "tiny house movement" has gained a lot of traction, and there are now multiple real-life reality shows devoted to it.