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 Robin said on February 10th, 2006

hasselhoff makes me sick

 Manolo said on February 10th, 2006

I don’t get it. Can someone explain?

 Von K said on February 10th, 2006

That’s just gross. And there’s not even a real idea, at least as far as I can tell…

 Freddy said on February 10th, 2006

This is one of those ads that go in the bad category. It’s a joke, people will think its funny, becuase he is so cheezy.

 Kenny Bania said on February 10th, 2006

this ad can’t be real.

for the love of god, this ad can’t be real.

 Alan O'Rourke said on February 10th, 2006

Brilliant! I love it.

 Daniel, Rogue Connect said on February 10th, 2006

I hate that advert. It’s all over Australia and it annoys me no end. So much so I put it on Rogue Connect’s not hot list! Sadly we’re being deluged by Hasselhoff at the moment, he’s all over our TV and our billboards 🙁

 Joe said on February 11th, 2006

Basically, he came here late last year, spent the Christmas, and was surprisingly well-received by the fans; especially when he announced at the ARIA music awards.

There’s no point. Pepsi have used multiple stars, in poses, with pepsi bottles in hand. It’s a cheap plug.

 lgarcia said on February 12th, 2006

Oh Jesus… i can’t believe… hasselhoff, the new image of Pepsi? World is changing 😀


 B! said on February 12th, 2006

It’s real folks… Hasselhoff is trying to make himself look cool in Australia like he did for Germany….

There is another one where he uses ropes to pull open a pepsi bottle cap. That one makes more sense than this…

 phil said on February 13th, 2006

why is chocolate comming out of the bottle?

 Jerome Dahdah said on February 13th, 2006

I can assure you that Hasselhoff is not half as popular in Germany as Hollywood would like you to believe. We think he’s a cheesy dork like everyone else. 🙂

 Bob said on February 13th, 2006

Jerome, I’m sure that’s true now, but in the late
’80s, he was HUGE in Germany:

“He immediately struck gold in Europe when the album Looking for Freedom and its name- sake single went to the top of the charts and stayed there for several months.

On the strength of his hit album, Hasselhoff performed a series of twenty sold-out concerts in Germany before more than 250,000 fans. His music career reached historic proportions when, on New Years Eve 1989, Hasselhoff was invited to sing “Looking for Freedom” on the Berlin Wall. “Close to a million East and West Germans stood together in the freezing cold at midnight, watching me perform. They were all singing the lyrics along with me in English. I was really overcome with emotions”

 May said on May 19th, 2006

The Hass is a running joke in Australia.
The idea (very popular with radio stations) is that he is so lame he is cool!
The advert is actually very accurate in depicting the light hearted, tongue in cheek nature of ‘Hass worship’.

 leginknight said on May 23rd, 2006

I can definately do better.

 Mark said on January 4th, 2007

If theres one way to make your soft drink appear less tasty this how you do it ;P

good god, I may not drink Pepsi after looking at this!

 Jab said on June 12th, 2007

Germans love this guy. Don`t ask me why…but they are still “looking for freddom” over there.

 Mike said on October 3rd, 2007

Hasslehof+pepsi= a bad idea

 Bill said on March 10th, 2008

Pure Cheese

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