Yelp’s “Deer in Headlights” Commercial…


In rural parts of Pennsylvania, hitting a deer on the road is a very real possibility at this time of year.  They’re in rut, you see, and the herds are stirred up as the big guys try to get lucky.  Poor Charlie and his wife have just had such an encounter, and they need to find a good body shop fast!  We are shown their car ramped up on the rear of the deer-driven vehicle, an antlered buck behind the wheel.

“”You just came out of nowhere!,” contests the woman driving to the buck. The deer makes agitated noises and flails around. “Calm down!,” urges the woman. “No one shot your mother,” she presents in a Bambi reference. The deer vocalizes and thrashes around some more, apparently saying something uncomplimentary about the human driver and raising the ire of her husband, who is ready to take on the buck and is becoming verbally abusive himself.

Fortunately, a Yelp representative is there to recommend a five star body shop, and it’s suggested that the deer and humans all go in there together. They are then shown standing in front of said establishment, although the buck remains mouthy and the human male combative.  – – Why can’t we all just get along?!


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4 Comments on “Yelp’s “Deer in Headlights” Commercial…”

  1. carycomic Says:

    What do you want to bet that it was the humans’ fault? A result of their trying to illegally…pass the buck?



  2. carycomic Says:

    OK! Here’s a better one.

    This unfaithful wife and her lover are having a matinee when she hears her husband’s voice calling for her from the front hall of their apartment. Panic-stricken, her lover hides in this big wooden wardrobe. And, just in time, too. Because, the very next second, the husband comes running into the bedroom shouting that the whole apartment house is on fire!

    ‘On fire?!” she echoes in fear: “OMG! What are we going to do?”

    And, this strangely muffled voice replies (seemingly from thin air):

    “Save the furniture. Save the furniture!”


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