- A Canadian ad agency created a very original “bum” Christmas video
- Bet you have never seen this “Jingle Bells” version before!
- Famous percussionist was the lucky interpreter
It is never the wrong moment to start getting ready for the Christmas Holiday spirit, so here is a hilarious Xmas carol gig some cheeky executives at the Zulu Alpha Kilo ad agency created for last year´s season. Rest reassured, this video will be massively played over and over for this Christmas!
The agency's 'Jingle Butts' Holiday Card starts off with the all time favorite “Jingle Bells” song. One lucky dude plays the rhythm along with the buttocks of four girls as bongos. The ladies in question are only wearing a thong, adequately red, to go along with merry holiday spirit.
The lucky man in question is Jorge Pérez, a famous Spanish percussionist, who directs the jazz fusion band PATAX. The recording also features two “helpers” clad in Santa´s hat, who hold cymbals for Pérez to emphasize the rhythm of the merry tune he plays along the video.
Pérez moves on to enthusiastically “slap” all the way through the complete holiday song. But the ending… well, there is a bit of a surprise you cannot miss!
The Canadian agency, true to its creative spirit, presents the viewers with a funny unexpected twist just when the carol has finished. See for yourself!
Zulu Alpha Kilo did not want to pass on this original “butt” song, without making a statement, so they decided to donate a contribution to the Colon Cancer Canada association. Very appropiate!