After writing yesterday’s post on La Creme real dairy creamer, I was tempted to take a closer look at the La Creme website today. I was quickly drawn to their Facebook page (ah, the power of that little Facebook icon…), where I stumbled upon a few comments about the La Creme’s TV commercials. Gosh, I had to find out what it’s all about!
So I discovered a few La Creme commercials on YouTube, but this is the best one by far:
Boy, that’s some fake cows alright, all the way down to the fake moo!
Now, La Creme has posted more videos on YouTube besides just a few commercials. They also feature some funny “non-dairy cow tips”, five total, which you can also find on their website where you can play the non-dairy quizzes. If you don’t want to play the quizzes yourself, here are the funny videos for you, with so many fake, unlucky cows:
Non-dairy cow tip #1: non-dairy creamers can include flammable ingredients (yummy… I mean, yuck!)
Non-dairy cow tip #2: non-dairy creamers can contain some ingredients also used in paint (barf?)
Non-dairy cow tip #3: some non-dairy creamers contain trans fat (tell me they contain some good vitamins to compensate for that)
Non-dairy cow tip #4: some non-dairy creamers contain ingredients used to make glue (combine it with #3 and you get… sticky paint!)
Non-dairy cow tip #5: some non-dairy creamers contain ingredients used to make shampoo and shaving cream (it’s almost like whipped cream, right?)
I’m glad to see they used fake cows, to guarantee that no real cows would be hurt in the making of those videos!
March 17, 2011: See the new print ad from La Crème in the April 2011 issue of Redbook.