The 7 Funniest ‘Saturday Night Live’ Commercial Parodies That Completely Sold Us On The Product
Over the years, Saturday Night Live has produced the best parodies of commercials. Just recently, I was trying to track down the sketch for Gatorade Cookie Dough Sport featuring Will Ferrell, Tim Meadows, and others quenching their thirst by pouring cookie dough all over themselves to “Love Hurts”. It is NOWHERE to be found on the internet, which is literally impossible. I’d try to the “Deep Web”, but not gonna lie, I’m deathly afraid of it. Anyway, we compiled the funniest SNL commercial parodies into one video.
Compulsion by Calvin Kleen teased those pretentious perfume and cologne ads to sell us a cleaning product. I could name a dozen uptight nightmares that would obsessively fly through gallons of this stuff.
Mom Jeans hit the nail on the head by pointing out how ridiculous some brands and advertisers go with their condescending sales techniques. “Because you’re no longer a woman, you’re a mom”. I’ve been accused of wearing Dad Jeans on occasion and I’m not ashamed. My dad got some serious middle-aged hump eyes from the ladies in the corner booth at Applebee’s.
Matthew McConaughey’s Lincoln car commercials were mocked incessantly from here to Lincoln, Nebraska and back, but no one did it better than Jim Carrey. I never knew that sketch got more views than the actual spot. To me, nothing says I’ve made it like a ride in the back of a Lincoln town car. Kevin in Home Alone 2. Charlie Sheen in Wall Street. Nothin’ but great memories being forged in that back seat. I’m a simple man with simple pleasures.
Kate McKinnon poking fun at Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein spots got the tweet of approval from the Biebs himself while I got a sleeve tattoo, six pack abs, and some nut-huggers! False. But funny.
What I wouldn’t do to slip my girl some Swiftamine, the drug that allows her to even. Because usually she can’t even when Taylor Swift’s playing.
If you’ve read my stuff before, you know I’m a sucker for impossible food challenges, so I would definitely go to town on Taco Town’s Frankenstein-like creation that makes the turducken look like an appetizer.
Oops, I Crapped My Pants has to be in the commercial spoof Hall of Fame. Right up there with That’s Not Yogurt, from the maker of Those Aren’t Olives.