Video of the Week: Sound of Music Moment

We all need to take a moment occasionally.  Okay some need days.  Imagine you’re rushing to work via the public transportation system and when you’re running to your train (which hopefully won’t crash like a MBTA Commuter) you begin to hear a joyful voice. 

Julie Andrews is not announcing delays or that beer is not served until after ten in the morning but she is singing like any bad nun-in-training could.

Watch this delightful and I believe advertising ploy that went down in Belgium.  Because they get down there.  Especially, the man that begins the dance-a-thon, he was doing triple axles at least.

“Eliza, please let the readers watch the video.  They don’t know how lucky they are to watch it without a tone-deaf mutant ant chiming in.”

Oh yeah!  At least they-

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2 Responses to Video of the Week: Sound of Music Moment
  1. Do you think Flashmobs are losing their impact since these big TV ad campaigns?
    .-= Andy Roberts´s last blog ..7 Best London Theatre Breaks =-.

  2. Hi Andy.

    Honestly, I hadn’t heard of flashmobs until a friend pointed out this clip to me. Personally, it put a smile on my face even though it was staged but I did a search on YouTube afterwards and found loads of them, especially in London.

    I remember viewing the top clip you used in your article and wondered if people would react that way if it was an everyday occurrence. Besides T Mobile are there any other large companies you see trying to use it for advertising?

    Heres Andy’s post on Flashmobs.

    .-= Eliza Leigh and Humanoid Translator´s last blog ..Video of the Week: A Short Love Story in Stop Motion =-.

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