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May 18, 2015 / Posted by:

The hippy morph of Edith Piaf and Twiggy with the malnourished, stumpy brows from the iconic Coke commercial!

Mad Men SPOILER ALERT! Mad Men SPOILER ALERT! Avert your eyes or stab them out if you don’t want to know that at the end of Mad Men, Don Draper drunkenly stumbles into the woods in California somewhere and bumps into Chauncey (the Irish Setter that evil asshole Duck Phillips coldly released onto the streets of Manhattan for no damn reason) who tells him that he really is Don Draper and he’s the one who died in the war and he’s been stuck in purgatory the entire time. But honestly, what in the hell happened to Chauncey?! That is the only question I wanted the answer to in the damn finale. At the very end, when Don is meditating, he should’ve opened his eyes for a second and spotted Chauncey in the distance who’d wink at him before the screen went to black. The end! Credits!

But anyway, after a busted down, rock bottomed-out Don Draper spills whatever is left of his heart to Peggy Olson during a phone call from a hippy yoga retreat in California (the Esalen Institute, probably), he crawls out of that dark place by meditating and releasing his pain in a group meeting and shit. The show ends with a close-up of Don meditating with a bunch of hippies on a cliff right before that iconic Coke “Hilltop” commercial from 1970 plays. So, some people (including my ass) think that Don found enlightenment at that hippy colony and that enlightenment was the idea for one of the most famous ads of all-time. (The ad was actually created by Bill Backer of McCann-Erickson and he didn’t come up with the idea while at a hippy colony. He came up with the idea during a shitty flight.) So Don goes back to NYC and proves that he’s more shallow than ever by using his “come to Buddha” moment to create an ad that probably made him the Emperor of Advertising! That’s America!

I hadn’t watched that ad in forever before last night and when it came on, I was taken to a higher place after my eyes landed on the Peter Pan hippy with the struggle brows. I’d like to think that while shooting that commercial, Don and that hippy waif fell in love and later had a son they named Chauncey Om Draper.

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