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GEICO Gecko and Caveman ad fails miserably



In what can only be described as a total disaster, the new Geico ad campaign has failed miserably. The idea of the new ad campaign was to get the Gecko and the Caveman in a Presidential Debate forum and have the moderator asking questions about insurance companies. The debate would turn into a love-fest where the two sides agree on everything. As this type of agreements on the issues would never occur in a debate the humor of the ad is front and center. What the producers didn't realize is the Gecko and the Caveman are very competitive with each other so there was some underlying tension. The day started off relatively flawless, both parties had a very successful read-through although you could sense something was amiss.

The problem started during the first take.

The two were each at their podiums. The Gecko obviously sitting on his, the caveman standing. The director was giving the two a brief overview of what he was looking for and then gave the Gecko a task. The Gecko, in his Australian accent said "Okay Bobby, that sounds really, really easy" emphasizing on the word 'easy'. What he didn't realize was that the microphone was on, the Gecko then said under his breath, "yea, even easy enough so the idiot Caveman can do it." Without warning the Caveman jumped up on top of his podium, and in a crouching position with arms spread wide and teeth showing he leaped through the air; while in mid-air he grabbed the Gecko off of his podium, landing again in a crouching position and ate him! It all happened so quickly that literally everyone watching didn't even have a chance to react.

The Caveman is currently on the run.



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