Yesterday I railed a bit about technorati’s moch wtf supperbowl ad.

Anyway here are some Geico commercials that I fricking love (and not just cause I own a few shares of Berkshire Hathway)

Whats your favorite Geico Caveman commercial?


Here is a YouTube video with them all together for your viewing pleasure.

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38 thoughts on “Geico Caveman Commercials – I Cant Get Enough”
  1. “therapists are what…. smart? Its my mom ill put it on speaker” – HAHAH nice thanks for posting

  2. Right on Jeremy! Those commercials are brilliant! Whoever the ad agency is behind them, they deserve more contracts.

    The escalator scene is by far my favorite.

  3. I crack up to everyone of these ads. They were funny right from the start, and I hope they can continue to offend cavemen everywhere.

  4. some how I assumed you owned some Berkshire. I’m surprised that none of these articles about you have ever tried to paint you as “The Affiliate Marketing Oracle of Omaha”

  5. Those commercials crack me up. I also love careerbuilder monkeys. I think careerbuilder screwed up their superbowl ads this year.

  6. The original is commercial is great because it was so unexpected. I went with the airport traveller as my pic mostly because I can’t seem to get that song out of my head.

  7. The escalator commercial is so choice. It’s simple, subtle, no dialog, and the actor’s facial expression is perfect. LOL – I laugh just thinking about it.

  8. A series of commercials that don’t tell you exactly what Geico does. But it elicits enough curiosity that those with a computer will head over to the website, helping them achieve their goal of screening computer-using internet-enabled prospects. pretty smart IMO.

    With the Technorati ones, the ad does nothing to screen you for having RSS feeds, or running a blog/RSS-enabled CMS site. so it’s creating a severe gap in viewer expectations. all the sizzle, but no steak.

  9. I like the last one the best. Not because of the caveman stuff, just because that line is so classic “Hey Guys, Tina’s here, we’re getting back together” haha!

  10. You are so right. All of them are sheer genius. and hey- Hasn’t Kevin Federline redeemed himself with the SuperBowl commercial making fun of himself– well….almost….

  11. These are some of the better commercials that I have seen in awhile. The CNN one is classic! I haven’t seen any this funny since the Terry Tate Office Linebacker commercials that Reebok put out a few years back.

  12. […] Blog go check it out.  He had a hilarious post today featuring video all of the Geico caveman commercials.  I have watched them several times today and personal favorite is the CNN interview, so go check […]

  13. Personally, I don’t really like the caveman commercials. The logical side of me just says no. I tend to see the stupid in all commercials, so I’m not a good one to judge. I guess that’s why ToolBarn doesn’t have commercials. 😉

  14. I love the Geico caveman commercials. All of them. I bet we’ll be seeing a lot of Geico type cavemen come October wearing Woochie prosthetics running around.

  15. Another Place is cool because it has no dialogue, but Therapist wins because of its dialogue; “I’ll put my mother on speaker.”

  16. In case anyone is wondering, the song in the commercial when he’s walking thru the airport is “REMIND ME” from Royksopp’s CD “Melody A.M.

    Very nice CD, worth getting… (see Amazon)

  17. For Fred: THANK YOU!!!! I’ve been to over a dozen websites trying to find that song title. You’ve saved me a crapload of time…my wife really wanted the full version, now I can give it to her! Gracias!!!!

  18. We are “100% in love” with these commercials! Check out the newest one…”Yeah…I have a comment…”

  19. my absolute all time favourite geico commercial is the caveman where he is at the airport lol. please don’t stop playing this one. this definitely will be a great classic i’m sure and my friends and family all love this one!!!!!
    thanks for airing it.

  20. my family and i love the one with the airport scene with the escalatar scene lol. that is our ultimate favourite caveman commercial. please don’t stop airing this one, this is sure to be a great classic!!! thanks again!!

  21. Geico’s caveman commercials are blatantly offensive… associating the intellect of potential customers with that of a Neanderthal. No thanks ! I’ll go with Allstate.

  22. I wouldnt buy insurance from Geico just based on the stupidity of the caveman,reptile or the idiot making the stupid sounds and mattress wielding college students.

  23. I must be from another planet because I can not, for the life of me, find any humor in these. I just don’t get it at all. I think the novelty has completely worn off for me, enough even, that they’ve begun to annoy me and I’ll change the channel to avoid watching. Go figure…

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