MiO “Croc Block” Commercial…

– – In yet another MiO Energy Drink commercial staged at the legendary Watering Hole bar, we are shown a lemur trying to make time with the giraffe girl previously seen in another commercial of the series.  With the world’s worst timing, the lemur’s efforts are ruined by the unwelcome intrusion of the hapless, unlucky-in-love crocodile character, who ruins the set-up by commenting that he thought he smelled the lemur in there, and asking the primate if he’s still living with his parents

…”You just totally croc-blocked me!,” complains the irate lemur.  “Oh!,” responds the clueless crocodile, who upon close inspection may be seen to be wearing a Lacoste shirt!  I live for stuff like that…sad, isn’t it?

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4 Comments on “MiO “Croc Block” Commercial…”

  1. carycomic Says:

    What’s a Lacoste shirt?

    • vulpesffb Says:

      As in Izod Lacoste, those polo-style designer shirts having a little alligator sewn onto the front…so in this case, it was an alligator wearing an alligator shirt! They were rather popular until the 1990’s. I, of course, wore the imitation “Fox” shirts marketed by J.C. Penney!

      • carycomic Says:

        Personally, I used to wear the turtlenecks popularized by Cecil B. Tortoise. You know; the only Warner Brothers cartoon animal to ever out-fox Bugs Bunny?

        • vulpesffb Says:

          And Cecil raced Bugs in three separate cartoons produced by Warner Bros. in the early 1940’s!


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