Tuesday, August 4, 2015

VIDEO: Crest hilariously gives kids healthy Halloween treats to spit up

It looks like Crest has taken a page out of AT&T's playbook by placing an adult white male in a room with a diverse group of young children and asking him to troll the hell out of their little brains for our amusement. A viral ad posted to YouTube earlier this month shows what happens when Crest replaced typical Halloween treats with "veggie fruit chews" and "tofu ghost-mellows."

VIDEO: Crest hilariously gives kids healthy Halloween treats to spit up

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It looks like Crest has taken a page out of AT&T's playbook by placing an adult white male in a room with a diverse group of young children and asking him to troll the hell out of their little brains for our amusement. A viral ad posted to YouTube earlier this month shows what happens when Crest replaced typical Halloween treats with "veggie fruit chews" and "tofu ghost-mellows."

The kids reactions are predictably adorable as they spit healthy cupcakes all over the inside of the their space helmets.

Happy Friday, you guys.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnzbZ2RA4qQ

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