- The Kool-Aid Man loves to crash through walls, and every time he does he leaves a big him-sized imprint. Comedian Dane Cook states that this is in no way "cool", and wonders how the kids from the commercials can drink from his giant juice bowl when debris might have fallen in.
- In a Cheerios ad, Bullwinkle crashes through the brick wall of a bowling alley, leaving a silhouette-shaped hole. He sticks his head back through the hole, with Instant Bandages on his snout, as a brick falls on his head.
- An ad for the police force◊ show side-by-side the impact silhouette of a typical cartoon rabbit, and a burglar forcing a door, with respective slogans: "Call a cartoon channel." and "Call us."
- There is a Priceline commercial where William Shatner creates a Shatner-shaped hole in a wall.
- In a Tetris 2 commercial, a girl holds up Tetris 2 games, but the games explode and send the girl flying off and crash through the wall, leaving a girl-shaped hole in the brick wall.
- In one of the videos where a boy plays to make something happen, several cartoon characters crash through something, leaving a Pikachu-shaped hole in the TV screen, a Jimmy Neutron-shaped hole in the window, Timmy Turner, Cosmo, and Wanda-shaped holes in the roof, and a SpongeBob-shaped hole in the bushes.
- In a 2003 Hawaiian Punch commercial, Punchy is shown punching people through various walls, leaving person-shaped holes in them.
- This billboard. Or double billboard. One with a man running away from the viewer, and the one on the building in front of it...
- One of the Batman OnStar Commercials features the Batmobile leaving a dent in the shape of the front in a barrier The Joker uses.
- A print ad for Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped depicts a Crash-shaped hole in a road.
- A Jaguar Racing Promo opens up by showing an impact silhouette in an electric fence. The end of the clip reveals this was done by Noodle from Gorillaz, their new Global Ambassador.
- In a Target holiday 2017 commercial, Poppy runs through a door that already had a hole shaped like her and was boarded up from the first time she did it.
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