Geico's omniscient presence on just about every scrap of markable media has turned into a leviathan, swallowing up attention spans and indoctrinating us living, free beings with the ever present possibility that we could save more money on car insurance.
Cavemen, ducks, lizards, dogs, camels, chickens, men, women, everything has been used to pass off some small thrifty message across seemingly every streaming show, every magazine page and every banner ad.
30 Rock discussed it five freaking years ago:
But that was even before the five second ads in front of YouTube videos or the camels exhausted by rubes screaming about hump day.
So, some devious bastard thought it would be a great idea to smash all of the commercials on the same video, probably just to see at what point the average person's eyes start to bleed.
Magnalux Pictures offered up their lovingly titled "Every F*cking Geico Ad Played at Once" for you're viewing pleasure, saying:
Finally, you can see every last f*cking Geico ad played at the same time, because our digital adspace wasn't bombarded enough by these things already.
Thanks, Internet. Thanks for that.
Just in time for a new episode of "Serial," the true crime podcast that's taken the world by storm, comes this mashup of the show's theme song with Miley Cyrus' hit single that launched a thousand memes.
DJ Earworm has been mashing up the top 25 pop songs of the year since 2007 with his "United State of Pop" video series.
He released the 2014 edition on Wednesday, "Do What You Wanna Do," with all the songs you love but are too embarrassed to admit.
DJ Earworm, whose real name is Jordan Roseman, says this year's songs are more down tempo than previous years, so weaving them together is a bit more difficult.
"The thing that has been most notable in the past two or three years is the decline of EDM," he told Billboard. "The 'United State of Pop' became this dance track from '09 to '12, and then starting last year, there just wasn't enough in that genre to fully support it, so I went down-tempo."
Is this the new "Dark Side of the Rainbow?"
For some strange reason, Taylor Swift's earworm "Shake It Off" matches up in time with the 1989 Crystal Light National Aerobic Championship Opening video.
You've probably seen this bizarre of the spandex-clad dancers before, but now there's a whole new layer of weirdness and wonder to enjoy.