It¿s possible this ad earns extra points because of its shabby provenance. Go Daddy, of course, has a history of using minimally clad women to earn unwarranted attention. For the registrar of Web domain names to come up with something at least minimally clever -- this spot deftly intercuts between guys worldwide having the exact same (unnamed) idea to make money -- is like watching a dog walk on its hind legs. Go Daddy's other spot, a supermodel loudly making out with a geek, shows the company back in standard form.
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