Thursday, September 3, 2009

Where's your moustache?

Starstudedness always got me ecstatic.

ie. Vanity Fair spread or the new Jay Z's v-clip featuring Rihanna and Kanye West Run This Town.

I remember, growing up, I got excited everytime I see the Got Milk? ads in magazines.
First, it's because I couldn't get through a day without, yes, MILK.
It has always been my number one preference... I love creamy, dairy stuffs.
Plus, I just love it when celebrities gather up, especially for a good cause.
Here are some of the ads that I've gathered through the power of Google...
Even Garfield does it!
Hmm... I wonder what Robert Pattinson's ad would be like if he does this? (Vampire... drinking milk... get it??)

The ad started a while back and eventually became an international phenomena.
Everybody knows about it and soon "got milk?" became a famous catch-phrase in the urban community.
They have advanced their catchphrases to not only that, but also "milk your diet" and "body by milk"

Also check out the I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur by PeTA!

OOh... and here's some interesting fact from the Got Milk? ad.

  • 80 calories, 0 grams of fat
  • 30% Calcium:Helps build and maintain strong bones and teeth; reduces the risk of stress fractures and osteoporosis. Plays a role in promoting normal blood pressure.
  • 25% Vitamin D: Promotes the absorption of calcium for healthy bones. Maintains normal blood levels of calcium and phosphorus.
  • 20% Phosphorus: Works with calcium and vitamin D to help keep bones strong.
  • 20% Riboflavin: Helps convert food into energy. Plays a vital role in the development of the nervous system.
  • 16% Protein: Helps build and maintain lean muscle; the high-quality protein in milk contains all of the essential amino acids (the building blocks for protein).
  • 13% Vitamin B-12: Works closely with folate to make red blood cells. Helps maintain the central nervous system.
  • 11% Potassium: Helps regulate the balance of fluids in your body. Plays a role in maintaining normal blood pressure.
  • 10% Vitamin A: Supports good vision, healthy skin and maintains integrity of immune system.
  • 10% Niacin (niacin equivalents): Helps enzymes function normally in your body.

  • So go ahead! Drink up those milk, people.

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